Here is my Desmos Webinar about creating assessments and self-checking Desmos Activity Builders.

Anyone can make a code for an existing activity to give to their students. However, to edit self-checking assessments, you will need to use Desmos Computation Layer (CL), which is the coding that goes on behind the screens! I have more resources about learning CL here.

I have created a set of sample assessments and self-checking Desmos for you to assign and copy/edit. But the amazing math teachers out there are making entire COLLECTIONS of self-checking Desmos Activity Builders! So I thought I would add them here. 🙂

** Please fill out this Google form if you have created a self-checking Desmos or made a collection of self-checking Desmos.

**@jreulbach**, Sample Assessment and Self-Checking AB (Collection from many authors)

#### Middle Grades / Geometry

**@davidpetro314**, Middle School**@joelbezaire**, Middle Grades**@bcherrman**, Middle School Math- Grade 7 Geometry
**@g_brgmn**, Middle School (Exponents & Surface Area

**Math 1 / Algebra 1**

**@ijkijkevin**, Algebra 1 or Math 8**@NCDanHenrikson**, NC Math 1 (Algebra 1)**@Ms_B_RVH**, laws of exponents (algebra 1)**@woverton926**, Algebra I Inifinite Practice**@jlwilliams314**, Math 1**@MrsSmeenk**, Algebra 1 and PreCalculus**@MxplusG**, Right Triangle Trig**@rmjackson7**, Algebra 1**@Ms_B_RVH**, Operations with Polynomials, Algebra 1**@GMitch9466**, 8th Grade Math/Algebra 1

**Geometry**

- Grade 7 Geometry
**@JennSWhite**, Geometry**@MxplusG**, Right Triangle Trig

#### Algebra 2 / PreCalc / Math 2, 3

**@themattcollins**, Precalculus: Remote Learning/Self Checking/Assessments**@NCDanHenrikson**, NC Math 3 (geometry and algebra 2)**@MrsSmeenk**, Algebra 1 and PreCalculus**@Christophe_Sew**, Vector Equation of a Line**@nhighstein**, Trigonometry including non-right triangles**@knwilson3**, Function Transformations

#### AP Calc and Stats

**@themattcollins**, Calculus: Remote Learning Activities**@mrsvibbermath**, Calculus**@Christope_Sew**, Calculus – Self-Checking, Infinite Problems

- AP Statistics: Calculating Power
**@mathdoris**, AP Stats