I have used MathXL as part of the MyMathLab LMS offered by Pearson for two years. I usually assign at least one homework assignment a week using it. I like the options it provides to give students additional help. One feature I particular like about it, is these assignments can be set up as "media assignments" where a video can be assigned which students must open before getting access a set of problems. I often set up the assignment and group the problems under a video going over the material that those problems cover. This has been particularly useful in the online courses I have taught.
The one draw back in a Statistics class is, unlike other math classes, statistics doesn't build well around simply being able to do the same type of problem over and over again, with new numbers being plugged in. I haven't found a way to use MathXL to make sure a student understands the CONCEPT behind a problem instead of learning to replicate a series of steps that provides an answer. This is what I usually spend most of my classroom time doing activities that reinforce the concepts, and use MathXL for students to try their hand at applying the concepts. --
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