Description：This article is about a brief introduction on how to log in front row. It gives a student screen session, which teach you how to use those features. The student screen has several features which are daptive learning method for math learning.
Your students will log in at www.students.frontrow.com to do their practice. This six character class code is something that you’ll automatically get when you create a class roster which we’ll talk about in a second. When we go to the teacher dashboard, first I want to show you where your student is when they log in a front row.
This is the students home screen. From here your students can practice Math, ELA and assignment. They click on math and they’ll be taken to adaptive practice which will adapt to their levels automatically. However, I also mentioned that you can assign specific assignment, so your students will find those in this assignment section here. For those who are teaching older groups, you might think this interface looks young, I will not worry about that.
We have been working this summer on dashboard to redesign it, so your middles school and high school students will see something quite different. More mature students will get those age-specific dashboards automatically.
When we’re clicking on ELA, they will get practice at the rotate automatically. Click into math and see what that may look like, our students will choose between a variety of different domains. Click on measurement and data, your students will see a student map that will show them which concepts they mastered, and which one they are working on currently, and then which ones will work on next. They won’t be able to work on those other levels until they master the current one.
Your students click the screen and practice buttons, they will be taken to their practice. Please note that this math question is a multiple-choice question, but we have over 34,000 math questions in our collection. It’s not only multiple-choice questions, but also including multiple answer as well, type in the answer as well and a very special session type called drag and drop question, which you may have seen those on state testing.
Teachers on front row love using those question types in order to let our students practice before the state exams roll around. This particular question says which category does the image belong to. If your students are not understanding a concept, and maybe they answer a question incorrectly twice, then they will get a walk through of a problem that is similar and that exactly the same as the one that are working on. So instead of having 25 students waving their hands waiting for you to come over and help them, Your students can watch a video that walks and does the problem.
Another feature that teachers love is this need-help-ask-these classmates feature where the students will get a recommendation of a fellow student in their classroom that has already mastered that concept. They can work on peer tutoring and teaching each other. If you have early learners in your classroom or second English language learners, you may be interested in trying out some audio. Please note that we do have questions that have audio attached them. We’ll show you that in another training.
That is what adaptive math practice. It looks like, as your students practice in front row, you’ll notice they can choose the topics they’re working on. They will see that the practice level will be specific to them. For example, here your student Ashton would be working on adding numbers here at level of 17, but another student may be working on the stubble down here or this level all the way up here. We’ll show you in a second what type of data you can get your student practice with Math.