High-dosage tutoring (HDT) is an intensive tutoring model delivered frequently over time and during the school day to accelerate learning. See how Istation can support learning gains and help students get back to grade-level learning in an accelerated manner.
How often does your school or district purchase edtech tools for teachers only to find at year’s end that teachers lacked the professional development necessary to use them to their full potential?
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The conference consisted of three interactive, insightful discussions designed to educate and inform. These discussions included.....
Supporting Multilingualism in Schools: Understanding the Seal of Biliteracy
Biliteracy Education: Question and Answer with Dr. Heineke
Differentiated Instruction for Teachers, too! 2 Levels of Istation Implementation for Your Biliteracy Goals
Join us as we discuss 3 steps to help you accelerate learning and reimagine intervention as students return to the classroom.
In a landscape of remote, in-person, or hybrid models of teaching and learning, learn how educators can foster critical SEL skills using blended learning.
Meet 3 exceptional district leaders who not only transitioned their district to remote learning with ease, but are also employing effective, data-driven strategies to set their district up for success. Get the steps to success!
Discover why computer-adaptive assessments are key to saving teachers time, helping educators differentiate instruction, and reducing the number of students who are struggling. Learn implementation best practices and progress monitoring must-haves to ensure grade-level proficiency.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been extremely disruptive to students’ learning. Even for students who could adequately access online and hybrid programs, wide and varied learning gaps emerged that will take time and effort to overcome.
In today’s rapidly changing education landscape, leaders in the industry are embracing both technology and data to support educators and students in many ways. One of the basics of education is literacy, and oral reading fluency (ORF) is key to improving it. But why does this metric matter?