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Assessment Overview in Reflex
Assessment Overview in Reflex

Assessment Overview in Reflex

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Written by Jeremy Brown
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Initial Assessment

  • The Initial Assessment refers to the process of measuring the knowledge a student comes in to the program with.

  • The timeframe for completing the assessment can vary from days to weeks. The program typically takes 9 - 16 sessions for the Initial Assessment to properly gauge a student's knowledge base.

  • Sessions can vary from student to student, which is why the time range can vary. Keep in mind that the Initial Assessment will translate to the starting fluency for students in an operation.​

Ongoing Assessment

  • Every Reflex session begins with Crabby’s Fact Fair, where fact fluency is assessed.

  • At the start, Fact Fair may ask students to type in a series of numbers. This determines their typing speed, a factor considered when measuring how quickly a student can answer a fact.

  • Next, students answer math facts while playing a variety of carnival games.

  • During the first several sessions, the games assess a student’s pre-existing fluency to see which facts are not known, which are known but not fluent, and which are fluent.

  • Students can pass on a question if it is too difficult to limit frustration.

Once Fact Fair establishes a student’s pre-existing fluency, the games assess how students perform with recently taught facts. All data for the reports on a student’s fluency and fact knowledge come from this opening assessment.

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