A Lesson Plan for Teachers to Get Started with Magma Math
Want to use Magma but don’t know where to start?
Here is our guide on how to get started with your students today!
Teacher View on Magma Math
Objective: Get Started!
Time: 15 minutes
Create a teacher account
Create a class
Have students create their accounts and join the class with your unique code
Create your first assignment!
Week 1 and 2
Objective: Make 3 entrance or exit tickets with 5 questions each
Time: 15 minutes per week
Use a mix of easy and medium level questions, as well as those requiring students to draw, fill in the blank, and multiple choice
Watch this video on how to use Magma for formative assessment
For the first time using Magma, dedicate at least 10-15 minutes to let the students login. Walk them through a few questions in the first assignment, demonstrating the kind of work you want to see them showing. For younger learners, be aware that this might need to be repeated every so often.
Week 3 and 4
Objective: Make a longer formative assessment with 10-15 questions
Time: 30 minutes per week
Use the heatmap to see your students' work update in real-time. Notice the questions that most of your students are struggling with and try to have discussions with your class while projecting the question on the board.
Watch this video on how Magma can support conversations about math among your students
Watch this video to learn more about the heatmap
Continue to use Magma for entrance and exit tickets to quickly check for understanding throughout the week
Student View on Magma Math
Objective: Get creative with Magma!
Time: 30+ minutes per week
Use a mixture of formative assessments to check for understanding, and remember to use the heatmap!
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