What would student learning look like in your classroom if you could regularly provide each of your students with an individualized review assignment created just for them?
Imagine the process of creating these review assignments for each student. It would be a difficult and time-consuming feat to say the least.
What is the Targeted 10?
Recognizing the power of appropriately “targeted” assignments, Knowre Math developed the Targeted 10. The Knowre Math Targeted 10 feature makes it possible for you to generate individualized review assignments for all of your students in just a couple of minutes. The Targeted 10 assignment is algorithmically-generated to focus on each student’s areas for growth within only the topic areas that you choose.
The ongoing formative assessment embedded across the entire Knowre Math program identifies where each student is struggling and thriving and provides that specific and actionable data to both you and your students. All of that data is integrated into a powerful, proprietary algorithm that fuels Knowre Math’s Targeted 10 assignments. Within the Targeted 10, students practice at their zone of proximal development - that just-right level of challenge that encourages learning growth and development.
How to use it
The versatile and impactful Targeted 10 assignment can be implemented in a wide range of ways including:
- Spiral Review
- Pre-Assessment Review
- Personalized “done early” practice
- Extension Practice
- Warm up
- Differentiated classwork
- Center station
When setting up the Targeted 10 you will be able to select the topics you want it to cover. The topics you select will be driven by your goal or use case. You can even choose to create a Targeted 10 using topics from a previous grade if needed.
Once you've assigned a Targeted 10 you are able to use the Targeted 10 assignment results page to see specific information about how each student did on the assignment. In addition to achievement and KSS values for each student, we encourage you to click "View Detail" in order to see how students did on each question in the assignment. Focus your attention on the orange and outlined in green skills since these are the one's that students had more difficulty with.
Try the Targeted 10 assignment with your math students and make the potential of individualized review a reality in your classroom.
Want to learn more? Click here for a short video about Targeted 10.
This blog was originally published on: 11/14/2019