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Infinite Problems? No Problem!



As a math teacher, one of the biggest challenges is finding engaging ways to help students practice and apply their knowledge. This is where the edia.app website can be a game-changer. With edia.app, teachers can easily create custom practice problem sets that are tailored to their students' needs and skill levels. The platform offers a wide range of question types, including multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and free response, and allows for the inclusion of multimedia elements such as images and videos (though paid accounts and free accounts have slightly different access levels, see below for more). Adding questions to an assignment is as easy as searching for a topic, and clicking on the question type!


Edia.app can procedurally generate an infinite number of unique questions, ensuring that no two students ever have the same assignment and providing students with more questions on demand if they get one wrong! This makes it easy for teachers to create dynamic and engaging problem sets that can help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


Another key benefit of using edia.app is that it provides instant feedback to students. As soon as a student submits their answers, they receive immediate feedback on their performance. This allows students to identify areas where they need to improve and take corrective action quickly. Teachers can also monitor student progress in real-time, which can help them identify areas where students are struggling and provide targeted support. Overall, edia.app is an invaluable tool for any math teacher who wants to create engaging and effective practice problem sets for their students.


A free edia.app account provides users with limited access to the platform's features, allowing them to create and assign practice problem sets with up to 20 questions and view basic analytics on student performance. In contrast, a paid edia.app account offers access to a wider range of features, including the ability to create and assign larger problem sets, access to more question types and multimedia options, advanced analytics and reports, and the ability to collaborate with other teachers. Additionally, paid accounts may offer additional support and training resources to help users make the most of the platform.


Additional Note: Thanks to Josh Houtchens for his blog post on ChatGPT. Parts of this blog post originated as a ChatGPT response that was generated while I was testing its capabilities!


Stay Techie,


Richard Sheldon

Math 7 and Honors Math 7 Teacher

Blaker-Kinser Junior High School


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