Growth Suites

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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.

 

Examples: 

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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.     

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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