EvaluateTM, the next-generation formative assessment used by twenty Missouri districts, is a valuable and proven tool that builds the foundation for continual academic improvement.
Growth Begins with Informed Instruction
Through a combination of web-based formative reading and math assessments and superior reporting and analysis tools, Evaluate engages students in their own learning, guides teachers as they target instruction, and allows administrators to identify instructional areas in need of additional resources and support.
Cutting-Edge Features that Set Evaluate Apart
- Best-of-breed technology-enhanced question types take students beyond multiple choice, challenging them with more rigor and authenticity
- Frequent, fast, highly informative reporting yields immediate academic impact
- The Evaluate reporting platform provides more than just scores and diagnostics; it also includes embedded teacher resources provide teachers with concrete support for teaching challenging concept
“Evaluate helps us focus on specific skills to plan instructions and meet the individual needs of our students. We are able to monitor our students’ progress monthly, which allows us to be more proactive with our instruction and interventions.” – Administrator, Hazelwood SD, MO
Assessments Identify Summer Learning Gains
For grades 3-8, general criterion-referenced, pre- and post-assessments in communication arts and math are available. These assessments, already used by over 20 Missouri school districts, are structured after the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) test with multiple choice and constructive response questions. A screening assessment is also available for placing students into instructional intervention courses.
End of Summer Reports (EOS) include student academic gains, student attendance, financial reports, and parent and staff survey results.
Improved Academic Achievement
Summer Journey assessment results show improvement of grade-level academic achievement for students participating in the program. During summer 2016, 96.6% of students in grades 3-6 took Summer Journey’s pre- and post-assessments. Skill acquisitions was determined as a percentage gain on the content and skills within the courses. In 2016, students made 42% gains on math assessments and 47% gains on reading assessments.