We hear from teams that the hardest part about giving state-aligned practice is that there are so few items released by the state. What if you
March Madness is underway, and we are joining the competition with our March Madness Drag & Drop Championship! Follow #EdciteMarchMadness on social media to see which Edcite drag and drop question types have been most popular in 2019! We’ll be posting our Sweet Sixteen, Final Four, and the Championship Winner on the days of the NCAA tournament. You can also download our Drag & Drop Championship bracket to keep track of our question types and the winners in each heat.
With Instagram’s latest #10yearchallenge and New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signing executive orders to abandon the PARCC test, I found it only fitting to do a Common Core version of the challenge.
With 60 question types, Edcite has more technology-enhanced question types than any other assessment platform. The majority of our question types are auto-graded, which saves teachers time and gives both students and teachers instant feedback. Teachers can also tag items to state standards, which gives teachers immediate standards-based data.
Two of our most popular math question types are our number line questions.
Teachers love the variety of technology-enhanced question types available on Edcite. Did you know that Edcite has 60 interactive question types, most with auto-grading? Teachers can assess students’ knowledge of standards and receive data instantly. Teachers can then re-teach or provide enrichment, based on what the data says.
One of Edcite’s most popular question types for math is the graph quadratic functions question type.
Edcite is committed to providing technology-enhanced question types that meet teachers’ assessment needs and align with state tests. That is why we currently offer more question types than any other assessment platform. We encourage teachers and departments to check out our 60 item types—and feel free to send us feedback!
One of Edcite’s top question types for math is the graph linear inequalities question type.