A Growth Suite consists of a number of questions on a given standard with answer options -- all efficiently represented on a single screen (or slide). They're ideal for teachers to display on a classroom projector or flat panel so that students can complete the activity at their own pace (asynchronous) using clickers or student devices.

You can find Growth Suites under Lessons Assessments > Growth Suites.

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A Growth Suite may also be used as a teaching aid, for walking students through one or more example questions (synchronous) before "turning them loose" to finish the activity at their own pace (asynchronous).

**Advantages of Growth Suites: **

- No prep or grading necessary for teachers
- In-the-moment data for remediation or reteaching
- Standards-linked for progress monitoring
- Fun and engaging for the class
- Can be interactive
- Teacher could accomplish other duties while student-paced activity is underway

**Uses of Growth Suites:**

- Quick Checks for Understanding
- In-the-Moment Formative Data
- Exit Tickets on a Standard
- Class Review of a Concept
- Drills
- Student Engagement
- Teaching Aid
- Team Activity (students on a team share a clicker or device)

**Examples of Growth Suite Styles:**

This example contains 10 questions. For Q1 (question 1), select A or B for the column containing your answer.

This example has 3 questions. For Q1 (question 1), select your answer from the choices provided below the question and enter A, B, C, or D.

This example includes 9 questions. For Q1 (question 1), select your answer from the choices provided in the answer grid on the right and enter A, B, or C.

This example (after the intro slide) includes 7 questions on one screen. For Q1 (question 1), add the "Putting Minutes" and the "Chipping Minutes" for Monday, and select A, B, C, D, or E for the row containing your answer on the right.

This example includes 15 problems on one screen. For Q1 (question 1), solve the problem and select A, B, C, D, or E for the row containing your answer on the right. As a twist, some questions are true/false if there is no x to solve for.

This example contains 20 questions. Where you see "Q1" (question 1), there should be a punctuation mark. Enter A, B, C, D, or E for the punctuation mark on the right that should be used.

This example contains 12 questions. For Q1 (question 1), determine how many lines of symmetry the shape contains and select A, B, C, D, or E for the row containing your answer on the right.