Istation’s blended learning approach uses research-based assessments and a computer-adaptive curriculum to drive powerful student growth.
Firmly rooted in the science of reading, Istation’s reading assessment and instruction covers the National Reading Panel’s “Big Five” foundational reading skills:
Inside Istation, educators can easily access the diagnostic reading assessment and screen an entire class in 30 minutes or less. Pinpoint student strengths and needs to provide interventions and instruction at the right time.
Our computer-adaptive assessment…
As students move through the instruction, they have opportunities to engage with increasingly complex texts and gamified activities that are on their grade level. Teachers can target interventions in whole- or small-group instruction to meet the needs of all learners.
Educators get access to thousands of online interactive resources, including read-alouds, digital books, teacher-directed lessons, and more. With these tools, teachers can spend more time instructing, and students can spend more time learning.
Istation’s digital Oral Reading Fluency assessment for grades K through 3 combines over three decades of educational research with more than a decade of technical development and data to provide schools with the latest voice recognition and recording technology.
With ISIP ORF, teachers can screen students to determine who is at risk of falling behind and can monitor progress to determine how well interventions are working. Plus, with Istation’s Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) educators can further measure students’ fluency with cutting-edge assessment tools.
See how digital assessments provide fast and reliable data that can be used in a number of ways.
Your school’s technology tools can empower students to take ownership of their learning. Find out how Istation is reshaping the student learning experience.
Researchers found that students who used Istation at least 30 minutes per week generally experienced larger gains on the Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) reading assessment than similar comparison students did.