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Kyle PearceAdministratorMay 11, 2019 at 6:51 am
It’s been a while since I’ve logged into IXL as I only checked it out a number of years ago. It may have evolved from where it was back then.
I’m thinking that you might be able to still interleave your practice by doing “lagged” practice. Meaning, you teach a concept and then say a week later (or later on at some point) you “assign” that topic.
I’m not sure how well designed the problems are, but I’m sure giving your students any type of practice could be beneficial assuming students are engaged in the tool and using it to push their own learning forward.
Another tool you might consider is Knowledgehook. There is content from Grades 3 to 10 that you can access for free and you can “assign” different topics at the same time. This can be helpful for spiralling.