Engage Students in Developmental Math with WebAssign Tools

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Each year you and your students encounter new challenges – in and out of the classroom.  The Cengage team has been hard at work creating new question types and assignments to help you engage students in Developmental Math topics, on a deeper level.

Continue reading to learn how to engage students with new question types available for Developmental Math.

Concept Checks (CCs)engage students

Concept Checks are short, multi-step videos that review key math concepts. Students are required to answer a question after each video to ensure their understanding of each concept.

These questions are a great way to kick off assignments to remind students of key concepts. Also, they provide a useful way to engage students in the topic and confirm their understanding.

How to Add Concept Checks

 

 

 

 

To add these to your course, use the Question Browser and look for questions ending with “.CC”.  Alternatively, reach out to your local sales team for assistance.

Responsive Questions (RQ)

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Responsive Questions personalize the learning experience for your students by asking them to use their own real data, which provides the variables they will use to answer each question part.
 

How to Add Responsive Questions

To add these to your course, use the Question Browser to search questions with the abbreviation “.RQ”.  Alternatively, reach out to your local sales team for assistance.
 

Looking for More Tips?

Finally, keep in mind the following resources that are available to you.