Grateful That History Graphs Make RTI Easier

We surveyed over 3,000 kindergarten teachers and wanted to take the month of November to share a few of the reasons they are grateful for ESGI. So for the next couple of Tuesday Tips, Rochelle will show you how to use the top 4 features of ESGI for which kindergarten teachers are most grateful.

This week we start off with how grateful the teachers are for our History Report and how it helps tremendously with Response to Intervention (RTI).

We know that it takes a lot of time and effort to track students for RTI. We also understand that the information must be kept secure and available for a couple of years which is why ESGI uses a secure site that will keep historical assessment data for as long as it is needed.

Teachers tell us that the History Report is a quick way to visualize and track student progress over time for each concept you’re working on. The report shows a line graph with points representing each time that student was tested on that test. Click the video below to see it in action:

 

The graphs are easy to print or save for your administrators to view and can easily be shared with parents. If you’re a current ESGI subscriber, just click here for more information on History Graph.

If you’ve never tried ESGI, click here to start your free 60-day trial.

 

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