Last Spring we launched a new navigation system for the site. It is is all based on the large pull-down menus in the top right corner. Only problem is there was no easy way to return to each test home page.
We corrected this by making the test name heading a hyperlink to do just that. We hope this makes navigating that site easier for all subscribers.
USATestprep v5.0 is now under development! We are very excited about improving the speed and quality of the site while adding new features for you and your students. Rest assured, we will not release this version until significant security and accessibility testing has been completed on it. We have many ideas for new features that we are still considering. However, if you can think of something that you would like to see added to help your students, there is plenty of time – please contact us. We would love to hear your ideas. Send your thoughts to email@example.com
We have had so much positive feedback from our “Head of the Class” review game that we decided to make a second version of the game.
The next theme is an alpine climber. We have not decided on the name of the game yet. He must start at his base village and advance 7-8 levels by answering curriculum questions to reach the top of the mountain.
If you have an idea for the game’s name, shoot us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We hope to launch the new game at the first of the year.
We are currently working on a fantastic resource for any school district administrator or curriculum expert. We are building a master district uber page where any district personnel may log in and view school by school statistics gathered from each school’s test stats and usage.
This could be valuable for tracking school use of the site, determining weak areas in district curriculum, and simply making sure each district school is using the site.
If you want to learn more about this, visit this link.
Coming Soon… Students have requested some more interactive resources, and teachers have asked for something different for students to use that is standards-based. We are in the process of doing both with our new game. Tied to the same state standards, students will work their way towards the “Head of the Class”.