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Assessments. Let us be your guide.

Assign one of over 250 assessments to your students – each one aligned to the specific requirements of a range of international curricula and examinations. Diagnose individual weaknesses and assign targeted activities accordingly. Assessments are a powerful tool for diagnostics and benchmarking.

Whether you are a new or regular user, we’re here to help you get the most from Assessments.

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1.  Assigning an assessment

The Assessments area can be accessed via your Mathletics Teacher Console. Over 250 are available, the first step is to select one and assign to it to your students.

  • Select your required class from the top menu.

  • Use the two dropdown menus above the list of available assessments to filter the selection to those designed for your local curriculum requirements, and the year/grade of your students.

  • Click the Schedule Assessment button and nominate the student(s) who will be taking the assessment. Follow the simple on-screen prompts to set your required the time and duration.

  • When your students sign in during the nominated time period, they will receive an on-screen notification that they have an assessment to complete.

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2.  Taking an assessment

Students will receive an alert in their console when you have assigned them an assessment – similar to when you assign a regular curriculum practice activity.

  • Unlike a Mathletics curriculum activity, all students must complete the same set of questions (however the order is random for each student).

  • Questions can be answered in any order, and reviewed before completing the assessment.

  • Students can opt to leave the assessment at any time. Their time remaining to complete the questions will be frozen until they return – provided this is within the window of time you have assigned.

  • Many assessments include curriculum outcome/standard/ expectation codes, aligned to a the relevant local curriculum.

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3A.  Viewing results – Whole class 

Assessments gives an automated diagnosis of each student, plus targeted development areas – by assigning relevant Mathletics content. This is available within the RESULTS area.

  • Select Assessment from the dropdown menu top-left of the screen. All results data from assigned assessments will then be displayed. For each assessment, individual student results are shown, along with the average result for the class.

  • Click the “Class Average” score for the assessment you wish to view. A full report for each question is shown, along with the curriculum outcome/standard addressed

  • For each question, the number of students answering correctly and incorrectly is shown in red and green. Clicking these boxes opens a segmented display showing how individual students responded (as shown).

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3B.  Viewing results – Target student weaknesses

Assessments gives an automated diagnosis of each student, plus targeted development areas – by assigning relevant Mathletics content. This is available within the RESULTS area.

  • Within the RESULTS screen, select “Assessment” from the dropdown menu top-left of the screen. The screen will update from curriculum results data to assessment results data.

  • Click an individual student’s result within the matrix to view a detailed report of their results.

  • Mathletics will display a breakdown of all questions answered (shown right), alongside the specific curriculum outcome/standard/ expectation addressed.

  • A list of relevant Mathletics activities is provided for each question. Simply click to instantly assign that activity to the student – actively targeting individual weaknesses.

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    TOP TIP:  Assessments are hugely popular with teachers as a benchmarking tool. Taking the same assessment at multiple points across the school year provides excellent quantitative evidence of student improvement.

    TOP TIP:  You can opt to PREVIEW any assessment prior to assigning it, to check its suitability for your students.

    TOP TIP:  You can choose to PRINT any assessment to be completed by students offline. Note: assessments must be completed online for diagnostic data to be generated.

    TOP TIP:  Over 250 assessments are available – and all Mathletics teachers can access the complete selection, regardless of location or the age of their students. Click here for a full list of the assessments available.

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    Assessments FAQs

    What are Mathletics Assessments?

    Designed by our education team to closely replicate a wide range of global examinations and assessments, it provides a powerful tool to create a practice environment for students as well as benchmark their results, progress and improvement. Assessments can be easily assigned to students, are marked automatically and provide detailed reporting by class and student. Over 250 assessments are available to ASSESS, DIAGNOSE and TARGET student learning and knowledge gaps.

    How do I assign an Assessment?

    The Assessments area can be accessed via your Mathletics Teacher Console. 

    • Select your required class from the menu at the top of the screen.
    • Use the two dropdown menus above the list of available assessments to filter the selection to those designed for your local curriculum requirements, and the year/grade of your students.
    • Click the Schedule Assessment button and nominate the student(s) who will be taking the assessment. Follow the simple on-screen prompts to set your required the time and duration.
    • When your students sign in during the nominated time period, they will receive an on-screen notification that they have an assessment to complete.

    How long do Assessments take to complete?

    This is entirely up to you. When assigning an assessment to your students, you will have the option to set a time limit for completion. Students can opt to leave the assessment at any time. Their time remaining to complete the questions will be frozen until they return – provided this is within the window of time you have assigned.

    Where can I view my students’ results following an Assessment?

    A summary of overall class results is available within the Assessments area itself. As soon as students begin completing the assessments, a green "Results Available" notification will appear on screen for that assignment. Alternatively, more in-depth student data can be viewed in the RESULTS area - accessible from your Teacher Console dashboard. Once in this screen, select "Assessments" from the dropdown menu, top-left of the screen.

    How do I target my students’ weaknesses following an Assessment?

    This can be done in just a few clicks in the RESULTS screen - accessible from the main Teacher Console dashboard. For most Assessments, an additional level of curriculum-based reporting is available. This maps the students' results to individual curriculum outcomes/standards/expectations - allowing you as a teacher to identify and target specific problem areas. Within the RESULTS screen, select "Assessments" from the dropdown menu top-left of the screen. A summary will appear of all results from the assessments you have assigned to your students. If curriculum reporting is available a blue "R" icon will appear above the results table. Click an individual student's score to view a detailed breakdown of their results. For each question, Mathletics will provide a range of specific curriculum content that relates to this curriculum area - simply click once on the title of the activity and it will be instantly assigned to the student.

    Where can I see a list of all Mathletics Assessments available?

    Over 250 individual Mathletics Assessments are available - designed to specifically align to a range of international curricula and examinations. To view the full list available - visit www.3plearning.com/mathletics/assessments.

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