Quick, accurate and continuous assessment

Assess students in just 10 minutes with regular formative check-ins. These are personalised to your students’ learning focus, providing a low stakes method of monitoring performance and growth.

Students who do 'check-ins' spend twice as much time learning independently

How are our assessment tools different and effective?

Assess in just 10 minutes every week

Start each new topic with a short diagnostic check-in. Throughout the topic students do 10-minute formative check-ins to monitor their progress. All of the data is at your fingertips, helping to guide your instruction throughout each topic.

Map student knowledge using AI power

How can we identify knowledge gaps efficiently and accurately? The key is our world class adaptive engine, which allows us to understand a student’s total knowledge state with only a small sample of questions. We have mapped all curriculum outcomes into a knowledge graph with pre-requisites. We use this to select the best outcomes to assess at each check-in.

Personalise recommendations for every student

Regular check-ins help to address learning gaps and identify learning opportunities, ensuring that 100% of knowledge across the curriculum is mastered. Personalised recommendations help teachers to support learners in need, and provide tailored work for early finishers in class.

How to get started free

It only takes a few clicks for your students to start their first check-in

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Create your free Mathspace class

Start by creating a free teacher account. Then you can invite students to sign up using your class code. Everyone can sign up from our website at mathspace.co.

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Students do a diagnostic check-in

When students log in for the first time, they are prompted to complete a diagnostic check-in. This paints a picture of the student’s knowledge according to the curriculum. The diagnostic check-in is a bit longer than the weekly formative check-ins.

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Teachers see the results and set learning goals with students

Once your students complete the diagnostic check-in, you’ll have lots of great data insights on your dashboard. Use these insights to have conversations with students and set learning goals. You can also encourage self-directed learning on Mathspace.

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Make weekly formative check-ins part of the class routine

Try setting a routine of one formative check-in per week. These are short and generally only take 10 minutes. It’s a great way for both you and your students to stay on top of strengths and knowledge gaps. Regular check-ins also help Mathspace to give the best personalised learning recommendations.

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"Diagnostic check-ins are is accessible for all students. My students engaged with the straightforward manner of entering their solutions. Students found the information reflecting their growth motivating, helping them to target their efforts in their learning. As a teacher, the data from these check-ins allows me to quickly identify gaps in student's learning, gaps in our curriculum coverage across multiple classes, and strength areas that students have mastered and are ready to move on from."

Kylie Armstrong

Psychology, Peer Support Teacher Wantirna College

"Diagnostic check-ins allow me as a teacher to find specific gaps that students have, and more importantly find gaps that groups of students have, so that I can address them in class, and see students be able to access higher levels of the curriculum due to having fewer gaps. On the other hand, it also allows me to have another piece of information that supports my understanding of the wide range of levels within a class, and thus support being able to plan a differentiated curriculum so students at different levels can reach what I work with them on."

Juan David Ospina León

Director of Accountability and School Improvement South Oakleigh College