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Make Homework Count and Gain Back 20-30 Minutes a Day!. Kate Fehling Heritage High School Math Department Chair August 7, 2013. What is Math XL for School?. An on-line program that… Pre-assesses students prior to each unit. Creates individualized homework assignments.

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Make homework count and gain back 20 30 minutes a day

Make Homework Count and Gain Back 20-30 Minutes a Day!

Kate Fehling

Heritage High School Math Department Chair

August 7, 2013


What is math xl for school

What is Math XL for School?

  • An on-line program that…

    • Pre-assesses students prior to each unit.

    • Creates individualized homework assignments.

    • Offers help tools to students while completing HW.

    • Provides short videos that overview each section of the unit (particularly helpful to students when absent).

    • Generates assessments that are unique to each student.

    • Records results for student and teacher access.

    • Grades assessments while giving teachers flexibility in adjusting scores.


How do i gain access

How do I gain access?

  • Review handout to create a teacher account.

  • Provide students with a handout when it is their turn to register.

  • I have provided the 30-day trial registration code. If you find that this system works for you, you may purchase registrations for your students, or have them purchase them individually.


Creating a course

Creating a Course

  • First, create a course as a coordinator.

    • Go to Course Manager.

    • Create a Course.

    • Type of Course: Coordinator

    • Name of Course: (Your Choice)

    • Choose your book, or a universal course.

    • Determine your settings.


Creating assignments

Creating Assignments

  • Once your course is created, you may begin creating assignments.

    • Pre-Assessments

    • Quizzes

    • Review Assignments

    • Tests


Study plan homework

Study Plan = Homework

  • Sectional videos

  • Individualized plan based on Pre-Assessment

  • Quiz Me - Mastery Quizzes option

  • Help options for each question

  • Completion of assignment (Progress Bar)

  • Checking homework


Member courses

Member Courses

  • Coordinator course is the overarching course.

  • Member courses link to coordinator course.

  • You can create assessments on the coordinator course, and then have member courses for each section.

  • All assignments in the coordinator course gets distributed to member courses.

  • In addition, assignments specific to a section can be added directly to the member course.


Organizing a class

Organizing a Class

  • Teach students how to use the system.

  • Establish rules for completion of assignments.

  • Explain alternatives to on-line completion (printing assignments, alternate assessments, etc.).

  • Check your e-mail prior to class to know which concepts to review.

  • Be prepared for extra classroom time!

  • Reserve media center/computer lab time, as needed.


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