How it Works - 4 Easy Steps

Meaningful Independent Practice

Teachers and Students get the information they need to further their understanding. The results from the independent practice inform teaching and learning.

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Teachers select & assign content

There is a wide variety of existing problems teachers can assign. Whether you use one of the free curriculums (such as Illustrative Math or Engage NY) or a textbook (such as Big Ideas or Pearson) ASSISTments has hundreds of pre-built problem sets ready to assign. Teachers can mix and match from all content areas and grades to create problem sets that work for their students. Teachers can also choose when the assignment will be released to students and when it is due.

Using the ASSISTments Practice Set

Seamlessly introduce ASSISTments into your classroom!
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Try Benchmark Tests with ASSISTments

Using ASSISTments for benchmark tests.
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Helping Teachers Make the Best Use of Limited Time

Ask any teacher and they will tell you that time is their hottest commodity.
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students engage with Assignment

As students enter answers, they may receive hints and explanations to assist them in their understanding of the problems. Students get multiple attempts to enter a correct answer and know immediately if their answer is right or wrong. At the end of each assignment, each student receives their own outcome report, detailing correct and incorrect responses.

Tips from Teachers - Josh and Katie

Tips from experienced ASSISTments educators.
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Tips from Teachers - Ivory Cutri

Experienced math teacher using ASSISTments.
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Show Answer on ASSISTments

Making use of Show Answer and letting students know what you know!
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teachers review outcomes

Teachers can view real-time assignment reports that give student and class details that inform that day’s instruction. Teachers know how long students worked, correct and incorrect responses, as well as hints and answers accessed by students. The class report also highlights common wrong answers and gives percent correct by problem.

Homework Research

Study Results: Learning increases for students on one nights textbook homework
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ASSISTments for differentiation

How can ASSISTments help you differentiate?
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Symbols of Success, Checks and Xs

ASSISTments uses 4 Symbols of Success. We tell you why we use these symbols in ASSISTments.
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Students & Teachers analyze answers

The report can revolutionize homework review. By reviewing the anonymized class report, the teacher and students together can focus on the problems in the assignment that caused the most confusion. By looking at and discussing the common wrong answers, teachers can help clear up common misconceptions and mis-steps.

Homework Research

Study Results: Learning increases for students on one nights textbook homework
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Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review

Create a data driven homework review.
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Helping Students Respond to Feedback

The first thing I focus on is teaching students how to respond to wrong answers.
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