I put a problem on the board for most of my classes to do and was shocked at the results. I put 2(x+3)-3(x-2)=18 up and many of my upper level students had trouble doing this problem. Only one student in the Algebra I class could do it. I discovered this using the favorite bad assessment I talk about in yesterday's post. It is a great assessment that takes all of 5 min and gives a good view of the topic.

Yesterday, I had students work on standardized problems alone on their iPads using gloss. Over all it went pretty well but I think I'll have them help each other so each group gets all the correct answers. If a student asked what perimeter is, I told them to look it up. I think by helping each other, they will actually learn it better and it involves peer tutoring.

Instead of giving finals, I am assigning projects to three of my 5 classes using Haiku Deck. I said they had to use their own words, make their own diagrams and they had to use complete sentences. One of the students objected that this is a math class not an English class. I laughed and told them there is English in Math.....LOL.

Next step is to figure out what type of flipping I can do with the limited or no internet my students have on their mobile devices. Actually, I should think of homework assignments they can do using their mobile devices or assignments my traveling students can use mobile devices on.