We are continuing our flipped-classroom blog series based on the video series by Lori Lynch, Istation’s Senior Vice President of Customer Success, with Joyce Cullop and Alicia Pruitt, two professional development specialists in Virginia.
Explore what a flipped classroom means and how to get started in our previous blog post here.
The flipped-classroom idea is perfect for promoting home-based instruction and school-based application. This approach gives educators more time during the school day to address the skills students are struggling with. Students also benefit from practicing skills and working through activities alongside their peers or within a group.
How can Istation help with instruction at home?
Istation provides formative assessments, known as Istation’s Indicators of Progress (ISIP™), for progress monitoring in reading, math, and Spanish literacy. Istation will route a student to a place in the curriculum based on their score on the formative assessment. Read more about ISIP Progress Monitoring at Home here.
Istation also provides an at-home component known as Ipractice, which allows students to select activities that are appropriate for their reading or math ability. Read more about Ipractice here.
Watch and learn more about the flipped classroom here
Lori Lynch, Istation’s Senior Vice President of Customer Success, speaks with Joyce Cullop and Alicia Pruitt, two Istation professional development specialists in Virginia who assist with implementation across the country.
Istation offers many resources for educators to share with parents who are working with students at home. Visit our school closures website as well as our YouTube playlists for more information.
Read part 3 here!