Meaningful practice makes perfect.
During the worksheet stage your child only gets one attempt at answering the questions, replicating the examination environment.
Like in the practice, the student can choose to have every question read out aloud to them from the system.
Depending on the age of the student and the nature of the work, questions will be presented as simple multiple choice or integrated rulers, protractors, number pads and other forms of entry.
Even at this more ‘serious’ stage of the assessments, students can pause for a break or for dinner, save and exit at any time and ultimately be in control, just as they are throughout the whole process. We work around your lives, not the other way around.
Once the worksheet is completed, the student will be shown a summary of the lesson, which will highlight which answers have been answered correctly or incorrectly.
We are sure you’ll agree that it is vital that your child can reflect on their answers. So, students can click on any incorrect question and see the correct answer.
This reflection function is very important in your child’s learning process.
Everything from the worksheet – correct and incorrect answers, skipped questions and so on – are recorded in our system and available to view at any time in our reports feature.
All early levels of mathematics have complementary printable worksheets. We know that this helps strengthen the retention of lesson content, especially with younger students.
Answer sheets are provided for parents.