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You’ve already aggregated your data, set tiering criteria, and established a sustainable progress monitoring system. So, is it working? Are your students actually receiving the support they need to make real gains? In our final installment of this three-part blog series, we’ll discuss tips and tricks to evaluate the effectiveness of your RTI/MTSS program.
This second installment of our three-part series to help streamline your RTI/MTSS program focuses on improving student tiering decisions and progress monitoring. Remember, as we highlighted in Part I: Data Automation, these tips are applicable regardless of your RTI/MTSS process.
We’ve compiled some tips and tricks to help streamline your RTI/MTSS process and increase its impact, which will be presented as a three-part series on the OHS blog. Part I tackles that very first step: data aggregation.
Jun 27, 2017
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As the world of EdTech tools and resources continues to grow, how do educators understand and utilize technology to push student learning? How can we effectively increase student digital skills to compete in the changing workplace?
Jun 09, 2017
Data: the education world’s favorite four-letter word. Student data can drive higher student achievement in your district or leave you with piles of paperwork and a major headache. The difference boils down to your district’s processes for collecting, analyzing, and applying findings in student data. The student data process you use must be reliable and actionable for teachers and administrators. OnHand Schools has partnered with experienced education experts to provide tips to help make the most of your student data and boost district and student success as part of a holistic, informed cycle.
Jun 05, 2017
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Many educators view Response to Intervention (RTI) and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) as one and the same. They're not. While RTI and MTSS share some philosophies, the two are different. Discover the difference in this blog article and take home free MTSS resources.
The fidget spinner craze is sweeping across schools nationwide, with mixed teacher reviews. The toy was originally developed to help students with autism, ADD/ADHD, or anxiety feel calm and concentrate. Is it working?
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Recent articles on boosting student achievement from thought leaders push us to investigate teaching strategies and provide tips on meaningful implementation.
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Teachers are cashing in on classroom resource sharing sites like Teachers Pay Teachers, but some are encountering obstacles.
Feb 04, 2017
Use OHS Diagnostic Common Assessments to effectively forecast student scores on the PSSA.