Groups are useful for flexibility in accumulating data within specific target groups in the classroom (such as reading groups). A great example of how to use groups is how Intervention Specialists like to make groups to run reports for the students with which they work.
ESGI can help you analyze where you are now and make a plan for how you are going to reach your learning goals for your class. The Item Analysis Report is a favorite among ESGI teachers. This report helps teachers determine, specifically, which items or concepts were mastered, and which should be revisited.
We got together with some of our friends to host 12 days of giveaways. Starting Monday, December 4th, we will post a trivia question to our Facebook page. If you answer the question correctly, you will be entered for a chance to win the prize of the day.
This week we’re sharing how grateful teachers are for our Item Analysis graph because it helps them to quickly see the concepts their students didn’t grasp as a collective.
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