Many assessments do not provide actionable feedback that leads to mastery for students or targeted help for educators to bridge knowledge gaps at the classroom level. The objective of any assessment should be to improve learning outcomes for students.
Analyze-Ed's approach to formative assessment empowers schools to meet the unique needs of an increasingly diverse student population by equipping teachers with an effective method to quickly identify gaps in learning at both the individual and class room level.
How does the process work: The process begins with an assessment covering basic concepts of the common core math standards. The output of the assessment is a Pareto chart. Each students Pareto chart indicates the areas within the common core math standards that need focus. This insight becomes the basis for students to spend their limited resource(time) to close the gap with their peers and for teachers to design intervention programs.
How do teachers benefit: The assessment provides teachers the information to cluster students with similar learning needs so the right intervention program can be implemented. This approach allows teachers to do what they do best, find ways to teach students how to master grade appropriate concepts.
How do students benefit: As teachers design intervention programs to address grade level learning gap; students learn to analyze, improve and control outcomes. In each grade, differentiated class room education focused at addressing grade level gaps is the best way to help students develop the confidence to succeed at math.
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