This page lists the activity types.
Other activities are available, only the main types are listed here.
|Warm up||Brief video series to engage students and introduce topic.||Computer|
|Vocabulary||Opportunity for students to learn and practice vocabulary words in lessons.|
|Instruction/Lecture||The bulk of the content is found here. These videos also may include informal practice items for students.|
|Assignment/Practice||Activities vary from multiple choice, short answer, matching, etc. with intent to provide mastery practice.||Computer (teacher should monitor for mastery and grading accuracy)|
|Journals/Online Content/eResources||Writing and reflection activities for students to relate their learning. These are auto-graded by the computer based on keywords.|
|Short Writing||These are short answer prompts asking students to share about||
|Essays||Prewriting, drafting and revising activities are used to scaffold learning. Teachers can refer to these activities to provide feedback. The only graded piece is the final essay or revised draft.|
|Projects||These activities may include labs, multimedia presentations, timelines, performance tasks, text questions, lab questions, etc.|
|Quiz||Typically multiple choice, 10-15 question assessments. The pool of questions that are randomly pulled from can be found in the LMS course structures.||Computer|
|Unit Test/Cumulative Exam Review||These are activities that proceed the unit test or cumulative exam. After a student completes this activity, they will not be able to move on until the teacher reviews and unlocks the assessment.|
|Unit Test||Typically multiple choice, 20-40 question assessments. The pool of questions that are randomly pulled from can be found in the LMS course structures.||
Computer (teacher must ‘unlock’ activity based on the students mastery)
|Cumulative Exam||Typically multiple choice, 25-50 question assessments. The pool of questions that are randomly pulled from can be found in the LMS course structures.|