How to View Problem Sets

There are two ways to view problem sets.

  1. The teacher curriculum view
  2. The student Ardor Math app (Web, iOS, Android). 
  3. From inside of your classroom.

How to View Problems from the Teacher Classroom

Select the curriculum button on the classroom that you want to view. (Figure 1)

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Figure 1 

This is the chapter view. Select the chapter you want to view. (Figure 2)

Figure 2

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This is the problem set view. Select the problem type you want to view. (Figure 3)

Figure 3

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This is the problem concept view. Here you will example problems that match the level of the learning target.  (Figure 4) 

Figure 4

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How to View Problems from the Student Ardor Math App

If you want to view the “real” problem sets that the students will see launch the student web app from the teacher dashboard.
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How to View Problems from the Gradebook

If you want to view the problem sets that the students will see go into your classroom. Select the gradebook. 
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Notice the standards listed above. Click on a standard to view problem set examples.
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This will bring up a problem set view for that standard. 
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Alternately you use the student app on iOS or Android.
    
iOS:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ardor-math/id953832689?ls=1&mt=8
Android / Chromebooks: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ardor.algebradojo
 
Some teachers find it useful to download the student app to their phone. You can use your teacher login to access problems on the student app. This way you can see the problems and the feedback just as a student will see them. (Figure 5)
 
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