How to Help Students Master the Common Core Digital Math Assessments

Posted by Zack Blois on Aug 6, 2013 2:40:00 PM
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If your state adopted the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) or the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium's Common Core-aligned digital assessments, you will soon be doing away with the old-fashioned fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice tests.

Moving to digital math assessments represents a massive change in the way American students are given a chance to prove their depths of knowledge. However, because these tests are brand new, many students have not gotten a chance to see or practice them.

Don't miss our 'Mastering the Common Core Digital Math Assessments' Digital Booklet

Common Core Digital Math AssessmentsTo help combat student and educator unfamiliarity (and struggles), we have put together a free booklet PDF, "Mastering the Common Core Digital Math Assessments." 

This booklet is designed to help you develop an understanding and mastery of the digital math assessments, including:

  • descriptions of the various types of interactions and prompts found on the digital assessments
  • Screenshots of practice assessments and situations
  • A breakdown of the various accommodations and modifications afforded by PARCC and Smarter Balanced to disadvantaged or underrepresented students
  • Links to additional practice tests and resources 
You can download the booklet today by clicking the link below!

Download "Mastering the Common Core Digital Math Assessments" today.

Also, be sure to attend our CCSS Math Assessment Prep Webinar!

More Common Core Assessment Articles:

Common Core Assessment Debuts Online Practice Tests

PARCC Assessments Announce Read-aloud Accommodations

Preparing for the Common Core Digital Assessments

Do PARCC and Smarter Balanced truly assess 'deeper understanding'?

Topics: Common Core Assessments

Wowzers is a comprehensive online math program covering all Common Core State Standards for grades K-8. The research-based program adapts to each learner and allows for an individualized path through the curriculum. Content is presented in multiple ways, and appeals to tactile, auditory, and visual learners. Assessments mirror those found on high-stakes achievement tests and provide teachers and administrators with the information that they need to personalize learning for each student.

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