Learn, Apply, Review, Extend
Classworks units are designed for real-world concept mastery. Within each unit, Classworks instructional activities feature an interactive, multi-sensory approach that includes voice, pop-up text, audio support, video, photographs, artist drawings, and animated clips to engage and motivate students.
An anticipatory set gives a 2-3 minute overview that teachers can also use in classrooms on their interactive whiteboard to introduce the subject matter.
Interactive activities differentiate instruction by learning style, offering extended learning and practice for the unit skill. Students remain engaged because the activities offer varied looks and feel, instructional approaches, and media components.
This formative assessment consists of 10 questions designed to determine skill mastery. If students do not master the quiz on the first attempt, they are automatically moved into review activities.
If the student has not mastered the unit objectives, the system automatically generates a set of new activities designed to approach the objective from another perspective, addressing building block skills. These activities may increase the visual and auditory hints and clues or use a more concrete way of teaching.
Additional performance-based projects are great for having students demonstrate true mastery and addressing college/career readiness skills.