More great fact assessments have arrived at Moby! We just released a new set of assessments for Addition and Multiplication. These assessments test students' fact knowledge for numbers 0-12.
Learning basic facts is key to a student's success in advanced math. That's why we've released a new set of assessments for Division and Subtraction! These assessments test students' fact knowledge for numbers 0-12.
Subtraction and Division Skill Checker have a wide range of tests; some evaluate students on just one fact, while others test a range of facts. With more questions per skill than our Math Skill Checker, you'll have a better sense of exactly which facts your students need to practice.
All the reports you rely on in Moby Assessments are right here with Subtraction and Division Skill Checker. Check out your results by student, skill, or individual test!
Addition and Multiplication Skill Checker are just around the corner! Stay tuned, and we'll keep you updated with more great Moby news.
We just released an awesome new way to assess your early learners: Early Math Skill Checker! These assessments test students on introductory math concepts, such as counting and cardinality, number sequencing, the relationship between numbers and quantities, and number object correspondence. Just like other Moby Assessments, these new tests are aligned with CCSS.
Has MobyMax cracked the code on inspiring and engaging gifted and talented students? After you watch a new video featuring AGP students at McKitrick Elementary School in Florida, you’ll see that is indeed the case. The video showcases several gifted students, along with teacher Chris Godshall, who explain, in their own words, how Moby Math enables them to learn better, faster.
One student in the video raves about the endless opportunities for learning offered by MobyMax. “It doesn’t ever end lessons for you,” he says. “If you finish a lesson, you don’t wait until you have a new lesson assigned. You can just keep on going and learning new things.”
AGP Teacher Chris Godshall has been teaching for 16 years. In his interview, he says he uses MobyMax with his AGP class because it helps students at so many different levels. “Some have gaps to fill within the math standards, and some need to be enriched within the math standards.”
We know teachers are always on the lookout for the best ways to assess their students' reading. Identifying critical reading skills gaps at an early age is the first step to ensuring that students are strong readers for life. To help build up a classroom full of great readers, we have released a new subject in Pinpoint Assessments: Foundational Reading! Aligned with CCSS, Foundational Reading Skill Checker and Benchmarker allow teachers to comprehensively assess their students' reading skills.
Who in the world would ever say something like, “Two million problems? I don’t think we’re going to have any trouble doing it.”
Monica Contreras, that’s who! Contreras is a 3rd grade teacher at McKitrick Elementary School and one of many who rave about how effective MobyMax is. You can hear her story in this brand-new video.
The video is only four minutes long, so it’s short enough to catch during your lunch break. However, it’s long enough to capture the enthusiasm that three teachers, a principal, and one adorable second grader have for the MobyMax approach to learning.
In Pinpoint Assessments, you now have even more ways to assess your students in the way you see best fit. For Benchmarker tests, teachers now have the option to only include standards that were not passed on a previous Benchmarker test. On Math Benchmarkers, teachers can also choose between long (about 90 minutes) and short (about 45 minutes) tests.
Pinpoint Assessments is coming together really nicely. We just added all three options for printing reports; you can print, create PDFs, and export CSV files in Pinpoint Assessments. Simply click the print icon in the top right corner of the screen to print!
It's that simple!
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