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    By JulieG04

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    My school uses it and has for several years. We primarily use it as a supplement to other instruction and testing practice, so I don't stress too much over low scores. However, there is a way to set Study Island so that students have to work on a specific objective and you can block access to games (if memory serves) for that objective. You can also change the difficulty for individual students to make it easier or harder to pass the objective. My school offers a review of Study Island each year for the teachers so we can hopefully remember how to do all this!:p

    I like Study Island for practice fo the students, but I agree that too many of them just want to play games and don't really care if their answers are correct or not.

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