This week, Maths — No Problem! introduces Insights, an online primary assessment tool that helps teachers pinpoint learners’ strengths and gaps in maths. Insights bridges the gap between assessment and intervention by giving teachers specific, in-depth information they can use to advance each child’s learning.
“It’s allowed us to see where [the children] are at and what they’re capable of, so that we can use those things to customise their learning”
Fully aligned to the English national curriculum
An Insights subscription includes access to the online Insights platform as well as carefully developed Assessment Papers that are aligned to the English national curriculum and the Maths — No Problem! Primary Series. The Papers have the same format as SATs and achievement reporting includes cognitive and content domains to assess learners’ thinking skills and mastery over content.
An in-depth look into learner achievement
“Most assessment tools are X-ray machines. Insights is an MRI machine,” said Andy Psarianos, CEO of Maths — No Problem! referring to the depth of the achievement reports.
Insights not only reports achievement in both cognitive and content domains, but further breaks down achievement by each subdomain, giving teachers a crystal-clear picture of where learners are at and where focus needs to be.
The information you need, right when you need it
Insights’ simple and intuitive design helps sort and break down assessment information, making it easier for teachers to access, understand and use in their classrooms:
- Reports are instantly available after marking Assessment Papers online
- Data visualisations clearly show individual and class-level achievement
- Filtering options allow teachers to see exactly where strengths and gaps exist
Insights is available at an introductory price of £50 (+VAT) per class for the Insights platform, and £5 per learner for the year’s Assessment Papers.
To learn more about Insights, visit: mathsnoproblem.com/insights
About Maths — No Problem!: Maths — No Problem! believes every child can master an understanding and love of maths with the right kind of teaching and support. They provide professional development, expert resources and ongoing support to primary teachers around the world.