This slide deck shows how the My Favorite No routine can be used with ASSISTments data. This routine invites students to do error analysis on one problem or task that the entire class has completed with a goal of celebrating what went right, even if the final answer is incorrect.
4th Grade Math Teacher
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Using ASSISTments collaboratively in the Classroom
Use the tool in this blog to:
1. Assess the mission and vision of your school, organization, classroom, curriculum, and lessons for its allegiance to Radical Inclusion and the creation of a multicultural democracy. 2. Reflect on and assess the questions you are asking yourself as a designer.
3. Assess the composition of your design team and if you are in relationship with others who can help you see your hidden assumptions.
4. Assess the relationship between your design questions, assumptions, the mission and vision and your actions.
Karen S. Owins
6th and 8th Grade Math Teacher
Organizing ASSISTments Assignments in Google Classroom to Support Unit Review
Help students prepare for unit review. Watch this video to learn how to link ASSISTments problem sets into one Google Classroom assignment. This handy tip will make it easy for students to review student reports from past assignments in one place.
This "Breakout Room in a Box" offers sample slides that you can use in your breakout room, recommendations for student roles and responsibilities, and also a reflection form to collect feedback from students.
This worksheet asks students to record and calculate their average score on Problem Sets and Exit Tickets from Eureka Math. This simple activity encourages student reflection and understanding of their progress.
Middle School Math Teacher
Rocky Mount, NC
Instructional Model for In-Class and Remote Learning