Eduss curriculum programs are designed to comply with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and English Standards. In addition Eduss has programs for Phonics/Reading, Foreign Language, and Publications.
The Eduss assessment module provides the teacher with the tool to readily gain (and remediate where necessary) from the information that is found. The assessment module can be used in several different ways for individual students or students grouped according to their different needs. Flexibility within the settings allows assessments to be set for a variety of different scenarios.
RTI is based on three principles: school-wide screening, progress monitoring and tiered program delivery, and fidelity of implementation. While the philosophy behind RTI is applauded by most educators, its implementation is often accompanied by excessive paperwork and record keeping. The features built into the Eduss math program not only greatly reduce these extra burdens placed on teachers, but streamline each of the three principles of RTI.
The Eduss phonics program was developed from original research into the English language. By using its unique proprietary coding and search engine, Eduss researchers were able to test the validity of traditional pronunciation rules. The program includes an in-built recording function that allows students to compare their pronunciation with that of the model’s.
The national Title 1 program was implemented to improve the educational outcomes of students that come from financially disadvantaged situations. Because students on these programs are from low-income environments, many do not have access to a computer, at least not their own, so the provision of a laptop as their own is a great motivator towards their ongoing engagement with the Eduss program.
The Eduss program makes grade recovery a simple and effective process. Once the student has completed his/her assessment and intervention program, the Eduss program can again test the student (using different questions from the original assessment) to determine whether s/he has made sufficient progress to pass the grade recovery requirements of the school.
The Eduss program gives teachers and students in alternative education programs the tools to address these problems in a flexible, effective and efficient manner. Elementary and middle school learning gaps can be readily identified with pin-point accuracy, then these can be quickly and thoroughly “fixed” by the adaptive intervention programs the system automatically generates.
The Eduss suite of programs are ideally suited for after school and summer school programs for those who have fallen behind. The software can be used to accurately determine the learning gaps (what needs to be mastered to “catch up”) for each and every student. Because the program can do this for students of any grade, one or two teachers or aides can effectively supervise a sizeable group of students consisting of different ages or from different grades.
The Eduss program is ideally suited to use in achieving and measuring progress towards AYP. The beginning-of-year assessment determines the school’s benchmark performance and the end-of-the-year assessment provides the data to see if AYP has been accomplished.
Each EDUSS Home Tutor program will test and evaluate your child’s ability and show their level of understanding. It identifies weak and problem areas and automatically sets a learning schedule. The program uses this tailor-made learning schedule to teach your child, step-by-step.
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Eduss’ Outreach Education can happen in a safe and nurturing setting where kids feel less intimidated or more comfortable than they do in a formal classroom. Eduss’ ultimate goal is that their success in an informal setting can lead to greater confidence in the formal classroom.