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MobyMax: Tablet + help differentiating instruction

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One of the things that I really appreciate about MobyMax is the mix of direct instruction and the ability for students to discover learning on their own through discovery-based instruction. As a teacher, the continuous progress monitoring makes formative instruction that much easier. Because MobyMax is based on the Common Core, you can analyze data based on standards, student, class, school, or even district.

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Monster Math

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Also, Monster Math adjusts skill level based on a user's performance and differentiates instruction accordingly (ideal for self paced learning). Finally, Monster Math has lots of replay value as there are lots of levels and worlds to explore, and is aligned to Common Core Standards. For another detailed review check out iLearn Technology's blog. differentiated instruction game based learning math self paced learning

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Monster Math

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Also, Monster Math adjusts skill level based on a user's performance and differentiates instruction accordingly. Finally, Monster Math has lots of replay value as there are lots of levels and worlds to explore, and is aligned to Common Core Standards. For another detailed review check out iLearn Technology's blog. Monster Math is an excellent iOS app/game for learning basic Math skills (i.e. addition, multiplication, etc.).

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Monster Math

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Also, Monster Math adjusts skill level based on a user's performance and differentiates instruction accordingly. Finally, Monster Math has lots of replay value as there are lots of levels and worlds to explore, and is aligned to Common Core Standards. For another detailed review check out iLearn Technology's blog. Monster Math is an excellent iOS app/game for learning basic Math skills (i.e. addition, multiplication, etc.).

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