Math Diagnostic Assessments

Actionable student data for accelerated learning

Easily measure and understand student math skills with research-based adaptive assessments

Let’s Go Learn’s diagnostic math assessments thoroughly evaluate each student’s mathematical understanding from K-7 foundational skill through Algebra I/Integrated Math, regardless of the student’s actual grade level.

By employing revolutionary adaptive logic, Let’s Go Learn’s math assessments maximize the information obtained about each student while minimizing test-taking time and anxiety. The granular data provides educators and teachers with a comprehensive picture of each learner’s strengths and weaknesses at a skill and concept level.  This translates to a prescriptive path for true personalized learning.  For students with IEPs, this means providing automated Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) that both eliminates learning gaps and accelerates learning.

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Next-generation platform flexibility to support any initiative

  • Targeting of foundational skills/concepts to scaffold for core lessons to be taught
  • Actionable data for PLCs to spot and address curricular gaps, saving time
  • Diagnostic data to allow principals to become instructional leaders
  • Prescriptive data providing standards and deeper analysis of students
  • Identification of gaps for true automated online SDI for students with IEPs at all instructional grade levels
  • Intervention for students and data for teachers to understand why students are struggling
  • Skills-based formative tests for automatic student progress monitoring
  • Smooth, seamless progress monitoring to measure growth and for SPED compliance
  • Efficient placement of students entering middle or high school

Data to support all stakeholders: parents, teachers, principals, and administrators

When you start with quality granular data, you can support everyone.

  1. Granular data supports students, teachers, special educators
  2. Slightly rolled-up data supports PLCs and school principals
  3. Aggregated summative data supports administrators

When you start with summative data, only #3 above is supported.  Let’s Go Learn’s web-based data warehouse supports massive data crunching, and its powerful Learning Management System (LMS) for teachers tracks the most granular analysis of a student’s abilities in mathematics. Individual student and classroom reports are instantly available for teachers to inform small-group instruction, objectively share results with parents and prescribe home activities, and easily deliver accurate measures of student progress and standards achievement to schools and districts. 

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Math Diagnostic Assessments

(Adaptive Diagnostic Assessment of Mathematics) is a K-7/8 comprehensive diagnostic assessment of mathematics.  Available in English and Spanish.

DOMA Pre-Algebra
(Diagnostic Online Math Assessment) provides a detailed examination of students’ preparedness for entering Algebra I.

DOMA Algebra
(Diagnostic Online Math Assessment) evaluates skills taught during the crucial Algebra I year.

Common Questions

Is ADAM a good tool for the general math classroom?

Absolutely! Because most math teachers don't have the time to diagnose each student's math abilities and gaps, ADAM provides them with the ability to flexible-group on a daily basis. Before teaching any particular lesson, they can look up who might need a refresher on skills that support the upcoming lesson. Of course, this is only possible with ADAM, which can dive deeper and provide a superior analysis of math abilities in each child or student, unlike other screening tools.

Can ADAM help determine unfinished learning or relative learning loss in math students?

Yes! ADAM treats students separate from their grade level. This means that if a 6th grade student takes ADAM, the diagnostic range will not be limited to 5th to 6th grade, as in many benchmark tests and screeners. ADAM will find each student's gaps across a K-7/8 grade range and provide automated intervention if desired via LGL Math Edge.

How does ADAM support the writing of IEPs?

ADAM can identify students' present levels across 44 sub-tests in mathematics. This information can be used in the initial IEP writing. Then, by simply looking at the skill/concept just above the present level, instructional goals can be set on a monthly or quarterly basis. Finally, formative ADAM provides progress monitoring without the teacher having to worry about combining data into reports. All ADAM data is natively vertically scaled into a grade-level score dataset.

How do ADAM and DOMA compare to other assessments, such as iReady, MAP-m, or STAR?

All assessments are different. It is important to understand how they were designed and for what purpose. Most assessments are constructed to provide administrators with summative data. ADAM was at its core designed as a diagnostic for teachers. It is the assessment of choice for more and more special education departments, which demand assessments that work for students with IEPs.

How can I tell if any of my students have dyscalculia?

While researchers are still investigating how to accurately diagnose dyscalculia, we know that using DOMA, our diagnostic assessment, will find students' learning gaps as they relate to their grade level performance. LGL Math Edge uses this diagnostic data to provide targeted, customized learning activities. Then teachers can monitor student progress with our formative assessments to address learning issues caused by dyscalculia.
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