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Front Row
Front Row is a math program that helps k-8 students improve their math skills using Common Core aligned questions, virtual manipulatives, and short videos. Once students complete the short pre-assessment, teachers see exactly where each student’s needs are based on the Common Core, identifying the holes or missing components. Students then learn, practice and apply their knowledge with individualized lessons. Need read aloud? Front Row has that too!  There is even an interactive workspace or “scratch paper” for students to work through problems. With individual and class reports, teachers can group students based on their needs.


“Front Row comes with hundreds of videos custom-tailored to provide your student with the right help at the right time. Unlike videos you might have used before, our videos are extremely short and right to the point, ensuring the student can pay attention and gets help on the specific problem she is facing.”

To get started, sign up for a free teacher account to get your own class code.



Add Students or let them add themselves

A student using Front Row for the first time can sign herself up without your assistance straight from the website or IOS app. Students just need to enter their first and last name and your class code.

OR

You can create student accounts yourself, from the Class Roster tab.



Once students have logged in, they will need to select the desired “domain” where they will be prompted to complete a quick assessment.



After the assessment, students have the option to complete adaptive practice or assigned practice which includes questions, videos and . Students can complete this during center time, at home, or in a lab setting.





The Teacher Dashboard




The teacher dashboard consists of a variety of tools. Each tool has an article, or set of directions/help, and a video to help teachers become familiar with that specific tool. With these tools, teachers can view the standards with sample questions, view and edit class rosters, view and print individual student “report cards’, group students based on level or mixed level, print out PDF’s for student work or homework, view student progress and so much more!


Remember that you don't need a device for every student, you can rotate as few as 1-3 devices among your class. Students can log into her personal account from any device, school or home.


Questions or comments?
Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Wednesday Web Tool: Front Row

Front Row
Front Row is a math program that helps k-8 students improve their math skills using Common Core aligned questions, virtual manipulatives, and short videos. Once students complete the short pre-assessment, teachers see exactly where each student’s needs are based on the Common Core, identifying the holes or missing components. Students then learn, practice and apply their knowledge with individualized lessons. Need read aloud? Front Row has that too!  There is even an interactive workspace or “scratch paper” for students to work through problems. With individual and class reports, teachers can group students based on their needs.


“Front Row comes with hundreds of videos custom-tailored to provide your student with the right help at the right time. Unlike videos you might have used before, our videos are extremely short and right to the point, ensuring the student can pay attention and gets help on the specific problem she is facing.”

To get started, sign up for a free teacher account to get your own class code.



Add Students or let them add themselves

A student using Front Row for the first time can sign herself up without your assistance straight from the website or IOS app. Students just need to enter their first and last name and your class code.

OR

You can create student accounts yourself, from the Class Roster tab.



Once students have logged in, they will need to select the desired “domain” where they will be prompted to complete a quick assessment.



After the assessment, students have the option to complete adaptive practice or assigned practice which includes questions, videos and . Students can complete this during center time, at home, or in a lab setting.





The Teacher Dashboard




The teacher dashboard consists of a variety of tools. Each tool has an article, or set of directions/help, and a video to help teachers become familiar with that specific tool. With these tools, teachers can view the standards with sample questions, view and edit class rosters, view and print individual student “report cards’, group students based on level or mixed level, print out PDF’s for student work or homework, view student progress and so much more!


Remember that you don't need a device for every student, you can rotate as few as 1-3 devices among your class. Students can log into her personal account from any device, school or home.


Questions or comments?
Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us

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