DOMA - Algebra
Let’s Go Learn’s Diagnostic Online Math Assessment (DOMA) Algebra evaluates skills taught during the crucial Algebra I year. DOMA Algebra can be used to assess Algebra students in middle school or high school to determine their understanding of key Algebra constructs. DOMA Algebra also works well as an end-of-course assessment, or in preparation for high school exit exams. The online program adapts to student responses by difficulty level and construct, clearly identifying mastery/non-mastery, either by full assessment or by placement during the pre-screening.
Adaptive and Interactive Assessment
The DOMA Algebra assessment evaluates 11 different areas of Algebra I math knowledge. These constructs include: evaluating advanced exponents, solving linear equations, graphing and analyzing linear equations, relations and functions, solving and graphing inequalities, solving and graphing systems, polynomial equations, factoring polynomials, radical equations and expressions, quadratic equations, rational expressions and equations.
Middle school and high school interfaces engage secondary learners and make testing more fun and relevant. DOMA‘s adaptive technology intelligently decides which specific test items will be given to each student. Based on individual student performance during the assessment, DOMA adjusts in difficulty, item selection, and construct selection. These adaptations allow DOMA to measure a wide range of student abilities efficiently and accurately.