Calling All Math Teachers!
We know that converting your paperandpencil assignments to digital ones can be quite the challenge. But, with every challenge is an opportunity. On Edcite, the digital assignments you create can help you save time and engage your students through a highvariety of interactive question types. This blog post gives you an overview of our top 10 math questions and how you can use them in a math assignment. We hope it’s helpful to you!
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Multiple Choice /Select Answer (PARCC or SmarterBalanced)  Students select an answer choice (single select) or several correct choices (multiselect) 


Numeric Response (PARCC)  An openended question where students type in a response 


Fraction Response (PARCC)  Visual question type for student, multiple fraction grid shapes are available (rectangle, circle, etc.) 


Math Keyboard (PARCC or SBAC)  Students answer question by entering answer using a math (calculator) keyboard 


Number Line Zoom (PARCC)  Students select a segment of the number line, zoom in on it and then place their answer. 


Touch Image (Image Types)  Flexible item type that allows you to choose an image and have students click parts of the image based on your prompts 


Graph Points and Lines (PARCC)  Basic graphing item type that students use to plot linear equations, points and segments. 


Drag and Drop (SBAC): highly flexible question type that makes student construct response.  Students drag their answers to construct a response. 


Group by Dragging (SBAC): you can set up categories and answers. Students drag the answers to the appropriate category.  Students can sort the answer choices into categories created by the teacher 

