How I Use It
I use FastFig to create lesson review worksheets, practice problems, and assessments. It is easy to use without too much of a learning curve - don't forget to use Shift+Enter to omit the solution from your problem set(s) if writing an assessment. The website auto-saves all documents and has a handy printer icon embedded for printing applications. There is also an email icon for sharing your creations with peers or other interested parties.
Since late January, I have created five worksheets which have been shared with my self-contained and collaborative math classes.
I am quite smitten with FastFig and have plans to use it for continued review and study plans with my math classes. Since it automatically saves each document created, it will be a 'go-to' resource from year to year until my glorious retirement and beyond. It could possibly be used for higher achieving students as well: the students could construct their own practice quizzes and worksheets as homework assignments.