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Mathletic estimation bug

your bad at your programming with one of my students have had a correct answer incorrect. The child also used a calculator paper, plus I double checked it. If this continues, our students will be annoyed and less confident.
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Mathletics is a great option for involving students

I like the thing that I was able to set there any content and tasks for my students on my own. Furthermore, students get more involved with digital apps than during classical lessons. To sum up, I am satisfied with such game.
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Great to build fluency

I think that it is a great product. I used it in my schools last year and I am still learning about it. I can't really offer any criticism at this point.
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Good platform for reinforcing math concepts first taught in class.

Many of the games offer rote practice and can be repetitive. I like that teachers can set content and specific tasks for students to practice skills. The animation and overall feel of the program is a bit flat and students quickly tire of playing. The online component allows students to challenge each other (and other students from around the world) to compete head to head. Our school has had mixed parent feedback on this aspect of the platform. Teachers can easily move students into differentiated groups to better meet their needs. Whole school enrollment makes it easy for teachers administrators to view how students are doing and areas of weakness. Getting started and making adjustments is easy.
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