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How Prodigy Helps Students Learn at Home or School (a Win-Win Solution)

Jordan Nisbet

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This year, "school" is going to look different. You may be teaching in a remote, in-class, or blended environment.

But just because you and your students are not physically present in a traditional classroom environment, it doesn’t mean their learning has to stop.

Prodigy’s mission is to help every student in the world love learning.

Regardless of where they’re born; their socioeconomic status; and, as we’re experiencing right now, pandemics.

In times like these, our commitment to this mission becomes that much clearer because educators are asking questions like:

  • How will my students recover key skills?
  • How will I ensure they're practicing curriculum-aligned content?
  • What tools or resources can motivate my students to learn math at home?

Teachers like you share the exact same questions and we want to support you in the best way we can.

Keep your students learning curriculum-aligned math at home and track their progress without having to grade

Whether you're teaching from a homeroom or a room in your home, 1st to 8th grade students won’t have to skip a beat. You can use Prodigy Math Game to create lesson plans with the Assessments tool.

Assignments quiz your students on a set of skills. They’ll receive a fixed set of questions from the skills that you choose. It’s a great way to make diagnostic or summative assessments engaging and less intimidating.

Plans align your students to an expectation. They’ll work through the skills within an expectation at their own pace and will drop back to pre-requisites when necessary.

Test Preps prepare them for a standardized test. They’ll practice the specific skills that are assessed by your region’s standardized test, as your dashboard tracks their results!

Create alignment now!

With many classrooms moving online, the Assessments tool can be a bridge, allowing you to:

  • Engage your students with curriculum-aligned math
  • Differentiate content to scaffold them in just a few clicks
  • Track student progress — no grading required — from anywhere

What Reports are and how to use them

In addition to the Assessments tool, you have access to insightful reports that can inform your instruction. Watch the 4-minute video below to learn what Reports are and how to use them.

  1. Progress Report
  2. Student Comprehension Report
  3. Student Usage Report
  4. Weekly Activity Report
  5. Placement Test Report
  6. Assignments/Plans Report
  7. Topic Coverage Report
  8. Curriculum Coverage Report
Create alignment now!

How to get the most out of Prodigy Math Game

Do your students need to recover some math skills before moving on to new concepts?

Do others need a bit of extra practice?

Do some want more of a challenge?

Use these how-to resources to help your students love learning math — at home or at school.

👉 Prodigy Math Game is a fun, curriculum-aligned learning platformed loved by over 90 million students, teachers and parents around the world. Create your free teacher account today to make delivering assessments and differentiation easy.

Learn more about Prodigy!