Assessments within Imagine Math are designed to be learning experiences and low stakes, which are different than higher-stakes end-of-year assessments. All aspects of Imagine Math are designed to be learning experiences and not specifically assessments. Since we are an instructional product, one of our goals is to introduce and teach new concepts. Therefore, we understand that students will not immediately know how to complete/answer a problem. Our goal is to provide students with learning opportunities through instructional supports such as Math Helps, incorrect/correct answer feedback, formula cards, vocabulary support, and Live Teachers.
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- Are math items static or dynamically generated?
- Are there printable resources in Imagine Math?
- Assessment vs. Instruction
- Can I create or print quizzes and lessons in Imagine Math?
- How can a student tell which part of the lesson he or she is working on?
- How does Imagine Math support fact fluency?
- How does Imagine Math support the needs of Special Education students?
- How often can my students access Live Teaching?
- Student Glossary
- Using Imagine Math Audio