Friday, December 6, 2013


Looking for a new tool to help differentiate instruction for your students? Want a way to have your students take assessments, then have online lessons tagged for those students based on their own strengths and weaknesses? If so, then MobyMax may be a tool you want to explore.  The free version appears to be very complete with a lot of great features.

This post comes to you from guest Blogger, Logan Thomas - second grade teacher at Haverhill Elementary. Thanks, Logan, for sharing this find with us!

Logan wrote:
I saw this website on Pinterest, and checked it looks like it's similar to adapted mind, etc.

There is a place to add your class roster. Students take a placement test in any area (ELA, math, vocab, or fact fluency are available). Based on their test, the website assigns certain activities/lessons to help fill any gaps that were identified and move them forward.

There is also a feature that allows you to share/trade students with other teachers...this might be helpful for our differentiated instruction time. The site gives you diagnostics, suggestions for assignments, etc.

Here it is if you're interested: