Remote learning has created challenges for schools trying to better understand what students know and don’t know, even well into the 2020-2021 school year. We can build and analyze an assessment aligned to the NYC DOE priority standards to help you identify students’ strengths and weaknesses, and create a starting point for your inquiry process.
We can build or customize a simple, easy-to-use system for tracking and analyzing students’ attendance in both remote and in-person learning environments. We can help you launch a new system, or streamline your current systems to more easily track, analyze, and prepare attendance data.
Tired of flipping between systems to find data on students’ progress? We can bring your disparate data sources together into one, custom built, easy-to-navigate tool so you can see your key student data all in one place.
It’s never been more critical to create a supportive environment and support students’ social emotional learning. But to address students’ needs and assess the strengths and weaknesses of our learning environment, you need data and insights. We can work with you to create and analyze surveys that can help you get to know your students, uncover insights on your school’s SEL initiatives, guide future programs, and identify students in greatest need.
We can help you deliver personalized outreach to keep students and families informed and engaged about student learning. Deliver information by mail or email, with student attendance, learning progress, grades, or any other information - building on the systems you are already using.
Trying to figure out how to assign your cohorts A, B, C, and Remote only? We can help you create balanced cohorts that consider sibling pairs, ELL, IEP status, subgroups, grades, and classes. School leaders can easily change assignments and see the impact on cohort balance in real time.
How do you know if your school is grading students fairly and equitably? We can provide an analysis that shows how students have been graded compared to what we would expect based on their performance on standardized assessments (e.g. MAP). This analysis can help inform critical conversations among teachers and leadership about grading and equity
Are you seeking the answers to other questions about how your Remote Learning is going so far? Spending much too much time wrangling Google Sheets and Google Forms? We can help. Whatever the task – big or small – let us help you. Contact us to schedule a videoconference or phone call.