In a classroom of 20 to 25 students, it can be hard for a teacher to give every student the one-on-one attention they need. Every child in a classroom has their own specific learning strengths and weaknesses, and ensuring that each student develops and excels is a major task for one classroom teacher alone.
Serving more students at once can be a game changer in the classroom. Having activities planned, computer programs in place, or small-group time embedded into lessons can all offer educators the chance to serve multiple students at a time. Making the greatest impact with the least amount of time spent planning is key when it comes to serving more students.
Istation’s assessments and instruction make it possible for a teacher to spend quality intervention time with every student in the classroom and to do so with minimal planning. After just one assessment, Istation’s individualized data reports show exactly where a student is succeeding and where they are struggling. Sample intervention lessons are available for each skill that a student may need help developing.
Being able to serve more students in one day leads to more student success, which leads to greater overall school success. See how one district managed to get more from Title I funding to help students succeed. Dr. Debra Walker Smith, Director of Federal Programs and Testing, explains how Istation’s formative assessments and adaptive curriculum helped Hoover City Schools in Alabama.
“I believe that this program is one of the best investments we have made using our federal funds,” Smith said. “I like the ease of implementation, but more importantly, I like that students feel successful using it.”
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