Teaching is all about knowing the best way to support each student’s learning. For the teachers at Blanton Elementary, Istation’s Indicators of Progress (ISIP™) Math assessment has made this work more streamlined and easier to manage. Istation’s assessment has deepened teachers’ understanding of where each of their students are and what skills they need next.
Learn why 100% of teachers at Blanton chose to continue using Istation in their math instruction.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, with the consistent data from Istation’s regular assessments, students in Lubbock ISD were able to maintain and even increase their proficiency scores using Istation. Learn how Istation contributed to the powerful feeling of success students experienced as a result of their hard work and accountability to goals.
Pandemic learning loss has been a reality for most schools and families across the country. Learn how students, teachers, and tutors at a Dallas ISD high school put to use the adaptability and flexibility that Istation offers both in the classroom and at home. Istation as a tool for high-dosage tutoring helped students get where they needed to be.
Driving Growth Towards Proficiency across All Grade Levels
When teachers at Sage International School in Boise, Idaho, first started using ISIP™ to assess their students, 11% of students were in need of critical intervention. After just 7 months, that number dropped to 8%. Learn more about how Istation’s data helped drive student growth toward literacy proficiency.
Istation’s Strong School-to-Home Connection Drives Remote Learning Success
Flexibility, adaptability, and differentiation are hallmarks of why distance learning works with Istation. When Pocatello School District (PCSD) 25 began closing schools in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers, administrators, and technology support specialists were able to move quickly because they already had Istation progress monitoring in place. Learn more about how PCSD 25 and Istation made it not only possible but easy for students to continue learning at home.
The goal of dual-language learning is to effectively become truly biliterate, bilingual, and bicultural. Administrators, coaches, teachers, and parents all weigh in on the engaging and structured Istation Lectura program that’s driving student results in Spanish-language reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Teaching and technology work together to support educators, empower kids, and change lives at schools in Bernalillo and Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Istation provides students a visible and tangible opportunity to see their own growth and boost their confidence in reading and writing. “I can do it!” joyfully resounds from classrooms.
Teachers + Flexible, Adaptable Technology = Meeting Unique Student Needs
Assessment and progress monitoring can be complicated even in perfect learning conditions. When COVID-19 hit and San Antonio ISD had to close classrooms, teachers were concerned about how to meet the needs of all students, particularly the needs of their English learners. Students learned virtually using Istation’s culturally authentic Spanish-language program while simultaneously receiving extra practice with Istation’s reading program.
Powerful Assessment Leads to Purposeful Instruction
When teachers at Eagle County School in Colorado needed a progress monitoring tool for both math and reading, they were relieved to discover that Istation could deliver both. Having one platform for all progress monitoring freed up the time teachers needed to link intentional and aligned instruction to the individual needs of each student.
Engaging assessments and instruction improve literacy skills for kids as early as kindergarten. Istation’s computer-adaptive activities and lessons provide actionable and insightful data that measure the “Big Five” foundational literacy skills and personalize learning for all students. Vista Grande Elementary School teachers share the powerful stories of successful outcomes from their classrooms.
When Superintendent Keith Cowan of Bernalillo Public Schools wanted to bring Istation to his entire district for students in kindergarten through 8th grade, he needed a way to get everyone on board. By starting small and letting the data do the talking, he saw his teachers get excited and want to replicate the impressive results they were seeing.