here: Not much has changed on the student end. I set up two different students this time and I think it was a better fit for them. They both enjoyed using the program, enough so that if I could afford it I would use it. Most of the time they were able to use the program unassisted. When they weren't able to understand something my oldest son could help them get the answer by reading the helps that are available with each question.
ALEKS math asked me to revisit the program because they made some changes on the parents end. The major updates / improvements that they made was:
1- Teacher generated quizzes.
2- Progress reports where the teacher is able to see how long they spent on a lesson, what they covered, and what they mastered in a lesson.
The parent interface is very easy to use. There are also tutorials available if needed. I was able to see how long my child spent on a subject and if they mastered it, possibly mastered it, or probably not mastered. You can compare what they have mastered since beginning the program and compare it to the original assessment. Also there is an estimate of how long it takes your child to learn a concept and how long it may take to complete the level he is at.
This is a great program that uses artificial intelligence to make sure the student learns each concept before progressing to the next. Most children should be able to use this unassisted most of the time. This would be great for remedial, summer lessons, or test practice. They have many scenarios for their use online.
A free trial is available.
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