Educators can make their instruction more effective and provide practice linked directly to progress monitoring and formative assessment results using a number of free digital tools. Teachers can also take advantage of time-saving features such as automatic grading and the computerized compilation of points awarded for correct answers so that test administration takes less time and there is more time teaching.

While many educators have used progress monitoring and formative assessment results to guide their instruction and provide related practice, they now can create their own adaptive assessment and practice loops, with a correct answer automatically leading to the next question,...

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