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Teach Fractions Using Adaptive Tutorials

Truly adaptive fractions lessons support concept building
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Title: Woot Math
Summary: Woot! Woot! Truly adaptive fractions lessons support concept building

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Pros: Concept-based, adaptive fraction tutorials and practice can be used for meaningful, differentiated instruction.
Cons: Teachers will find tools (content maps, coordinating curriculum, the ability to assign a lesson) lacking, and kids may miss constructive feedback.
Bottom Line: A top choice for stand-alone instruction or remediation on fractions.

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