Part 1 of 5 First steps in making the best use of the Online Game
- log into your account,
- print the Parent Letter,
- print the Color in Rocket Chart,
- enable Learning Track alerts,
- change Learning Tracks,
- and change Teacher Mgrs.
Part 2 of 5 Use the fluency data from 1 min races to make best use of Online Game
Part 3 of 5 Learn how to use the Review Progress screen to monitor your students.
Part 4 of 5 Is the game speed too fast?
Making the best use of the Online Game
Part 5 of 5 Motivating your students to make the best use of the Online Game
Teachers should support the work of learning math facts by recognizing students as they work through the A to Z levels of the Rocket Math Online Game. Providing students with the Color in Rocket Chart is the first step. Publicly awarding Learning Track Certificates when students finish is another. The Toughness Certificate is another form of recognition. Keeping the length of time that students can play shorter than they want it to be, is another way of motivating the practice necessary to learn this vital skill. Ultimately the teacher’s attitude about how important this work is will make the difference in motivating students.