Adaptive Homework

What is adaptive homework?

At ASSISTments, we know that every child learns differently. ADAPTIVE HOMEWORK (AH) addresses individual learning by assigning problems that match a student's mathematics skills level. If Gail answers every problem on Thursday's homework correctly, ADAPTIVE HOMEWORK will move her along to the next concept. To make sure Gail retained everything, AH will give her a question testing last week's concepts during the following week. If Luke is struggling to grasp a certain mathematics skill, AH will give him practice on the same concept for several days in a row.

ADAPTIVE HOMEWORK makes a Redo Report to show student retention of mathematical concepts. This shows which students just needed more practice with a concept, and which students need explanatory intervention from the teacher.

Redo Report: Screen shot of a the “Redo” report that would be created for ADAPTIVE HOMEWORK.