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Just-in-time Teacher Supports
that uses assessment data to improve teaching practice
When teachers use assessment data to become more responsive to their students' learning needs and to find out what it means for their own learning, the impact is substantive.
Dr. Helen Timperley
Professor Emeritus Faculty of Education
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
How It Works
Assess Student Understanding

Students solve math problems in a gamified formative assessment experience that gathers information on student errors and misconceptions.

Develop New Skills & Knowledge

Instructional supports are delivered to the teacher in real-time that help anticipate, identify misconceptions and close gaps with struggling students.

Measure What's Working

The instructional supports inform, guide, and cause teachers to reflect on and ultimately improve their mathematics teaching and measure their impact on student learning.


Misconception Chart

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?)

Intervention Questions

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

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.

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