A guide to using Khan Academy's MAP Recommended Practice tool to provide personalized practice for students.
What is MAP Recommended Practice?
Khan Academy’s MAP Recommended Practice allows teachers to enter their students’ NWEA MAP Growth test scores to generate a customized playlist of math skills. Students can also enter their own scores.
Check it out at khanacademy.org/mappers
Who should use MAP Recommended Practice?
Teachers who administer the NWEA MAP Growth test for math.
Do I need a Khan Academy account to use this?
Yes. In order to input your students’ scores and monitor their progress on their recommended playlists, you will need to create an account, create a class, and add your students to your class. You can find more information about this process in our MAP Recommended Practice instructions.
How do I get started?
Try MAP Recommended Practice with your students.
Want to join the conversation?
- The Goals do not match the goals on my student progress report. What should I do to recommend using the MAP data?(21 votes)
- I love the MAP connection with Khan Academy now. I'm able to use it with my 7th and 8th grade students for at least 40 minutes. Is there an easy way for me to quickly view their progress?(8 votes)
- The 6+ math NWEA math strands don't match with Khan's math strands. Suggestions?(9 votes)
- I have to do a combination of 6+ math and the course called Arithmetic to get better coverage of 6th grade standard domains/strands. Still, I supplement with Glencoe ALEKS assignments.(1 vote)
- Once I get my students names entered and their NWEA scores, will the program generate math questions according to their NWEA scores?(8 votes)
- I do not have specific scores for my third grader. I have an FA18 test showing:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Avg
Measurement and Data: Avg
Number and Operations: High
Any suggestions for rough scores to enter to get a more focused practice path(5 votes)
- Is there a way I can see student's progress on their recommended MAP skills? Like I can see their progress on missions, but for their individual MAP recommended skills.(3 votes)