The Misconception Chart describes typical learning gaps, misconceptions and common errors (i.e. “What am I seeing?”) and provides teaching tips and strategies for preventing and addressing them (i.e. “What can I do?”)
The Intervention questions can be assigned to students in order to assess individual students' specific intervention needs. There is also an accompanying guide with descriptions of why each question has been included (i.e. which specific content it addresses) and important things to observe, as well as a set of answers.
Math Background documents are organized by pedagogical and mathematical big ideas and are designed to help teachers make the mathematics they are teaching as meaningful as possible for their students. The document will often cover material spanning multiple grades in order to provide you with some perspective on related prior and future learning. A glossary of terms specific to the topic is included.
The enhanced reporting features provide teachers a comprehensive toolkit to enhance instructional strategies. On the main reports page, teachers can easily identify top gap areas in the classroom. These areas are categorized based on how many students are having difficulties with certain concepts. Additionally, individual reports are available, acting as a quick summary of how well students are performing in specific activities assigned. This helps teachers understand where students need more support and how they are progressing. Downloadable results are available to complement these features, enabling teachers to tailor their instruction to address the identified gaps.