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How to monitor your students’ progress with Netmath?

Author: Scolab | Publish on September 29, 2016

Assign specific activities, choose what you want to track and get accuracy reports to be closer to your students’ needs!


Do you know that Netmath allows you to monitor progress of individual students or the class as a whole?


Thanks to Tracking Assignments, you can set specific activities on which your students will be tested, define custom objectives by choosing the performance you want to monitor and access data such as global and individual scores, time spent, or the number of times the student tried the questions.


It’s very useful to adapt your lessons by focusing your efforts on the activities your students had a bit more trouble with.

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