My Math Flash Cards App
[asa_item id="412496588"] My Flash Cards App presents a series of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems on digital flashcards to users. After launching the app, users select the type of math problem to complete. Once selected, My Math Flash Cards App presents them with a series of problems for them to solve, and users must input their answer using the keypad provided in the app. While users answer the problems, they are timed and scored. After users complete the series of problems, the app congrats them on completing the problems and returns them to its home screen. To access the…
A. Instruction  5.1
B. Design  7.3
C. Engagement  8.3
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My Math FlashCards App: An App for Basic Numeracy
Summary : Math Practice at Your Fingertips
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My Flash Cards App presents a series of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems on digital flashcards to users. After launching the app, users select the type of math problem to complete. Once selected, My Math Flash Cards App presents them with a series of problems for them to solve, and users must input their answer using the keypad provided in the app. While users answer the problems, they are timed and scored. After users complete the series of problems, the app congrats them on completing the problems and returns them to its home screen. To access the “Setup Options” screen, users must be solving problems and then tap the “Tools” button in the top right of the screen. Here, they will be able to select the range of options, including drill by digits, number of questions, timer, help, and sound.
Instructional Ideas
 Teachers can have students complete a set of flashcards each day independently and track their score and time on a chart. As students complete these flashcards daily and track their time and score, they can monitor their progress for improvement.
 Teachers can create a friendly class competition using this app. To do so, teachers can have all the students in the class select the same set of problems to solve. Next, teachers can say, “Go.” Students will then complete the problems as quickly as possible. The student who has the fastest time and the highest score wins!
 Once students are familiar with how this app uses math problems, teachers can have students create their own paperandpencil version of these kinds of math problems on flashcards. Once students have created the flashcards, they can be put in pairs and quiz each other using the flashcards that they created.
A1. Rigor


A2. 21st Century Skills


A3. Conn. to Future Learning


A4. Value of Errors


A5. Feedback to Teacher


A6. Level of Material


A7. Cooperative Learning


A8. Accom. of Individual Diff.


B1. Ability to Save Progress


B2. Platform Integration


B3. Screen Design


B4. Ease of Use


B5. Navigation


B6. Goal Orientation


B7. Information Presentation


B8. Media Integration


B9. Cultural Sensitivity


C1. Learner Control


C2. Interactivity


C3. Pace


C4. Flexibility


C5. Interest


C6. Aesthetics


C7. Utility


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