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Overview of Empower at Lindsay

Teacher Marla Earnest explains how she uses the learning management system, Empower, to track student progress and provide support.

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Transcript: Marla Earnest: It's a progress monitoring system, and the way that it works is it allows me to see, as learners are working, as I'm inputting data, as they're turning in work that's personalized to their levels I'm able to see each day what group of kids still needs instruction in a particular learning target. So I can pull up Empower, there's a note there for kids who've not mastered this particular learning target. I know I can pull them out and I can work with them in a small group.

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