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Strategy: Immediate Results to Teachers

Students input results immediately to enable instructional interventions by teacher as needed


Student assignments are automatically scored by programs, or scored by students. They are then immediately input into the student’s data record by the student. This data feeds automatically to the teacher’s dashboard. Without the dashboard, it would take a day or two to grade exit tickets or formative assessments by hand.

Teacher Dashboard: Daily Data
This is a sample teacher view of student data from the Google version of the LPS student dashboard.

Teacher Dash: Assessments
This is a sample teacher view of student data from the Google version of the LPS student dashboard.

Teacher Data: Performance and Completion
This is a sample teacher view of student data from the Gooru Platform.

Student Does

  • Takes an assessment for a learning objective.
  • Reviews assessment results to determine areas of mastery and areas where additional work is needed.

Teacher Does

  • Reviews individual student results.
  • Holds students accountable for meeting learning goals.
  • Identifies learning trends within the class.
  • Provides instructional interventions for students, groups, and class as needed.

Technology Does

  • Allows students and teacher to instantly review assessment results.
  • Allows students and teacher to review prior assessment results to track growth.
  • Allows teacher to see student results across the entire class.

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