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Teacher Corner

Welcome to the Teacher Corner!  Here, teachers can find useful artifacts, blog posts, and videos generated by other teachers to inspire and deepen their own instructional practices around using ASSISTments.

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Artifacts from our classrooms

Artifacts generated by experienced ASSISTments users to help you integrate ASSISTments into your classroom. Sharing your artifacts and tips is one of many ways to Get Involved.

Carrie Moy
7th/8th Grade Math Teacher
Illinois

Don't punish students by using the score as a grade. Reward students for trying multiple times and eventually getting it right. This shows they are learning from their mistakes.

Scoring Rubric
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With this simple scoring rubric, I help students focus less on the score (e.g. 67%) and more on the value of making multiple attempts and eventually getting it right. This encourages a growth mindset.

Kim Josey
7th Grade Math Teacher
North Carolina

My top ASSISTments tip: Have meaningful discussions with students about the data the produce.

Artifact: Student Reflection Sheet
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Students can use this sheet, along with their ASSISTments Student Report, to reflect on their answers after finishing a problem set.

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Teacher Voices on the blog

Blog posts written by experienced ASSISTments users which share tips and ideas for leveraging ASSISTments in your classroom. Visit the blog for more perspectives.

7 Tips on Classroom Differentiation during a Pandemic

Due to the pandemic, teachers are grappling with how to support students with unfinished learning. This blog post consists of tried and true tips on how you can create differentiated learning opportunities for students with diverse academic needs.

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3 Ways to Create Agents of Learning with ASSISTments Data

Shift from a fixed mindset - where students are trained to wait for the teacher to provide them feedback on their individual learning - to a growth mindset, where students seize opportunities with immediate feedback and actionable data.

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Classroom Demos

Videos showing ASSISTments teachers in action. See how they implement ASSISTments and analyze data in their classrooms. Check out our Webinar Library for even more video content.

Warmups with ASSISTments

See how Mr. Broaddus gets his students warmed up for class with ASSISTments.

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Open Response Questions

See how Ms. Delaney uses ASSISTments for open response questions.

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Teacher Toolkit

This month, we’ve curated resources for Fostering a Growth Mindset. See all user resources for more training and support.

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3 Strategies to Foster a Growth Mindset and Create Agents of Learning

In this video you will hear three strategies from an experienced math teacher about how to use ASSISTments foster a growth mindset and encourage student agency.

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Scoring Rubric
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Use this rubric to encourage students to see their multiple attempts as a good thing and not get caught up on the score.

Interactive Student Reflection Sheet
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This student reflection template is designed to be used online, so that students can reflect on their assignment reports while working remotely.

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I’m an educator, but I learned the value of growth mindset as a frustrated math student.

Back in high school, Brian Story ended his Algebra course thinking that mistakes were bad and “I’m just not good at Algebra.” This experience led him to develop a growth mindset and made him a stronger educator.

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3 Ways to Create Agents of Learning with ASSISTments Data

Shift from a fixed mindset - where students are trained to wait for the teacher to provide them feedback on their individual learning - to a growth mindset, where students seize opportunities with immediate feedback and actionable data.

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