Teaching large numbers of students—who fall at different competency levels— English Language skills can be a challenge for educators. Often, teachers can gain efficiency by instructing every student the same way, based on their grade level. This is not, however, effective for reaching all students, as every student is at a different point in their learning progress, no matter their age or grade in school. Students need instruction tailored specifically for their individual needs, to gain academic achievement and helps them progress on their learning path.
Personalized learning that individualizes instruction in important skill areas is key to remediating struggling students, enriching on-level students, and accelerating overall student achievement. Today’s evidence-based, digital adaptive technology for the ELA curriculum evaluates student performance and assesses progress to determine whether a student is ready to advance or needs additional practice. Students are provided with material at their zone of proximal development—the just right level allowing them to progress through lessons until they reach proficiency.
Redbird Language Arts & Writing for grades 2-7 is an adaptive curriculum program designed to accelerate literacy learning via individualized instruction. Developed by Stanford University and offered by McGraw-Hill Education, this personalized learning technology provides every student with what they need to build and continue improving their foundational writing skills.
This writing and literacy program integrates groundbreaking writing analysis technology to provide specific feedback to every student, provides students with a personalized path that is specific to their needs, and empowers educators to focus on more complex conversations about writing by eliminating time-consuming instructing and grading.
No matter where a student is on the learning continuum, Redbird Language Arts & Writing helps each student build foundational skills and accelerate literacy learning. For more information, download an overview brochure or visit redbirdlearning.com.
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