Algebra on Nudge helps students learn about linear equations. Students can practice solving linear equations, and then take tests to see how much they learned. Whether they’re just learning about linear equations or want to practice more advanced skills, Algebra on Nudge offers plenty of opportunities for practice.
Test and practice modes
Students who use the app will find that the interface is fairly straight forward. A quick tutorial helps get them started. There’s also a demo mode to show how gestures can be used to solve a problem. Using the gestures may take a bit of getting used to, but they’ll help kids understand the method for solving equations. After the demo is over, it can be accessed again by tapping on the question mark at the top of the screen. There’s also a mini textbook that can be accessed through the icon at the top of the screen.
In Nudge on Algebra, the focus is on the math. Students are shown a problem and must solve it. In the beginning, the app provides tips to help students understand the process. They’ll also see each step they complete on the side of the screen. If they make an error, it will be highlighted. There’s also a teacher mode to help walk students through each step and a hint button to help kids when they get stuck.
Parents and teachers can use the report feature to see a student’s progress. The progress report is broken down by practice sessions and tests.
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Given the high quality of the app, it’s pretty amazing that it’s free. This app is a must-have for students learning to solve linear equations. It offers tons of practice opportunities and great step-by-step instructions.
On the bottom of the main screen, users will see icons to share the app and provide feedback. These options are not protected by a parental block.