Monitoring Ongoing Student Progress with RTI Teaching Software

RTI Teaching Software – Student progress enhanced with custom instruction.

With proper Response to Intervention (RTI) methods, students have access to tailored instructional strategies to help them catch up and progress as they continue with core instruction. Our teaching software simplifies tracking student progress and identifying which students are receiving different levels of support. Here are some hypothetical situations you can log and track with our teaching software:

  • Samantha is a first grader who lacks standard math skills and cannot recognize numbers. She has not been evaluated for special education at this point, but her school provides an hour of small group instruction on a daily basis to help her catch up. Her teacher looks into her progress every week.
  • Justin is a fifth grader with dyslexia. He has issues with phonological awareness and decoding, so his IEP team provides 30 minutes of reading instruction several times a week. On a monthly basis, his progress is tracked.
  • Kacie is a third grader lagging behind the rest of her classmates in math. She still receives core instruction, but is part of a small group once a week that focuses on developing mathematical skills. Every week, her teacher evaluates and records her progress.

With our RTI teaching software, accelerating learning among high-risk students is easier, and fewer students become at risk as time passes. Making decisions about which students need Tier 2 or Tier 3 intervention can also be made rapidly and reliably. For additional information about our teaching software and its capabilities, please reach out to us today!

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