Magical features include:
- Teachers can create an unlimited number of classes to monitor student progress with detailed reports.
- Ability to assign curriculum-related content with the click of a button. Differentiate instruction by assigning to the whole group, or a subset of individual students within the class.
- Students use their Wizard dashboard to join classes, view assignments and due dates, or practice on their own.
- Kids can earn badges to make learning fun and exciting!
- Specialized technology monitors and predicts current and future proficiency levels.
- Questions adapt based on previous responses.
- Provides instant feedback to help users learn from their mistakes, so students get the 1:1 attention whether they are in the classroom or remote.
Content available for grades K-8.
- Four core subject areas: Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
- Content is aligned to Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and Next Generation Social Studies Standards.
- 400+ drills spanning 80+ courses with more continuously being added.
- For a detailed list of the courses and drills currently available click here.
There are a few terms specific to Wizard that will come in handy when using the product.
- Course - a collection of drills all related to the same subject.
- Drill - an exercise to practice material for a single subject. Each drill is made up of 5-12 questions.
- Assignment - a task created by teachers to be completed by an individual student, or the entire class.
- Teacher code - a one-time code needed to create a teacher account. This is provided by World Book. If you are not sure of your teacher code, contact your account admin or email email@example.com.
- Class code- the code students need to join individual classes. When a teacher creates a class, a unique class code is generated and displays on the class to share with students.
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For additional information, questions, or other feedback email training at firstname.lastname@example.org.