Conceptua Math

            How do I use the Adaptive Teaching prompts when a student doesn't pass a skills check?

            Video: How to Do Adaptive Teaching

            Adaptive teaching draws upon the teacher’s insightfulness and judgment. Each one-minute visit begins when a student raises their hand after failing a skills check. The formative assessment screen allows the teacher to easily view the student’s actual answers (see graphic) and gain a window into the student’s thought process. The teacher has an opportunity to engage the student in a discussion to identify what is impeding the student’s success and prescribe the appropriate remediation lesson.

            The Adaptive Teaching Screen
            For each and every lesson, Conceptua Math provides three remediation options, on the spot:
            Blue ArrowThe “More” lesson gives the student another try with different examples.
            Yellow ArrowThe “Remedial” lesson covers the same content but with more visual and verbal support.
            Purple ArrowThe “Preskill” lesson is appropriate if the student has a misconception and needs to revisit prior content before returning to try this lesson again.
            By choosing from these three different remediation options, teachers are able to differentiate and personalize with ease.

            How do I use the Adaptive Teaching prompts when a student doesn't pass a skills check?
            Updated: 25 Jul 2016 05:58 PM
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