Description: This is an introduction of web source which is called Front Row. This web source has several neat features which help students learn easily and check them how they are progressive as they are learning by those tools in Front Row.
Today I want to show you is a web resource called Front Row com. Using this resource, you can quiz students and do diagnostics based upon common core standards. Let me show you what it looks like.
I already create an account here. You can create one right here if you don’t have one. Once you sign in, you brought to the teacher dashboard now. This is the free version and you put your students down here in the class roster. To add a student, you simply click Add student, then you type a name.
You pick a grade now what I have discovered. Let’s count with the free one. You want to make sure you put them all at the same grade. If I pick a lower grade, it’s going to base everything in the whole program off the lowest student. You’d want to put everyone in the same grade, so you have students that work on different levels.
The program looks like added apps for the students, so you want to make sure that you put it on the same one. I have that in there. You can always go back and you can edit a student if you name some thing incorrectly. It’s simple to put all those in there. it only takes time to get them all set up, but then you’re good to go now, the way you get students to login is that they’re going to go to another website and they use their first name, last name and then this code to login to the website, now let’s look at a student login.
If I had Frank George and put my class code in there, he’s brought to the screen and being asked what he wants to practice. This is the point where a teacher were. Today we’re working on measurement and data George would come here, because they start diagnostic. It will take them through what he’s supposed to do.
For example, Jimmy found some acorns below tree, which a chord is the thinnest normally. It starts out simple that has a goes. It gets tricky now students have the ability to do a few different things. They have some space over here to write. The fence was 36 long and the house was 32 sticks long, which is longer.
If the student draw it, they come over here and drag over numbers. Students can have this little whiteboard space to do with. As they like, they can also use the same stick to measure a fence in house. The fence was 36 sticks long and the house was 32 sticks long, which is longer. The fencer the house option, one fence option to house. You’ll see that the program I read to the student as they go.
It’s a neat feature that comes in here. It also comes in with different objects if there are things that they can use with some of these, especially with the elementary the lower levels. There will be another option over here, it will show the students how to solve the problem. Student can come through here and take the whole thing. As they answer, they earn coins. Because they lost coins, that’s how I got the question wrong. Students can go through this and it will complete the whole thing now as students do this. They’ll generate report cards.
You can come in here and I will show you how the student is doing. I could see George here last week, and he had answered 13 questions with a hundred percent accuracy, it will tell you what domain he’s practicing more. I also suggest which one he should be working on if you get students to do all the Diagnostics. It will tell you where their weak points are.
Another neat thing is printable. What this will do is that it generates worksheets based on all each student does in their tests. For example, I have Frank George here and then I have Susan now. Susan’s is easy, because she hasn’t taken anything yet. The students should get in here and go through and do the whole diagnostic and then this will adapt to how well they’re doing.
You’ll see often to lick and then have nice little pictures here for students. It’s a neat thing that goes through here, but each student is individualized according to how well they do on the test.
You can also go through here and there are different analysis you can put students into certain groups. We’ll show you where the students are. It’s a neat feature that you can do in here but it’s easy to set up and easy to get students working on it. This works on any windows device max, Chrome books. There are some iPad classes out there, this does work on iPads.
Let me get my iPad mirrored up here with me one second, it’s coming up. If it is in here, you can download an app. You see my front row app right there, and it opens up to ask which one I am going to put a student. Let’s do Frank George.
They type the class code in. What they do here is bomb. Put the two in the two different areas, so you can see here’s my base domain, then the advanced one. They pick one, it’ll come up well the same screen as the other one is different. When they find what they want, they can hit, and answer comes with the options on the side now.
Because it’s a touchscreen, the responsiveness for touches better. They also have the objects there that they can place on the screen if they need to, but much exactly the same and Katie use the same stick to measure a pair of shorts and a pair of pan to use the same stick to measure and you can see that will also read to them. No matter what device you’re using in your classroom, this website is going to work for all students and in a variety of different ways.