Learning Ovations offers a reading and writing curriculum platform for teachers to personalize ELA instruction for K-4 students. Using initial reading assessments and lesson planning tools, Learning Ovations presents teachers with services to help structure reading and writing lessons to improve student literacy rates by the 4th grade. Learning Ovations partners with districts to provide its platform for teachers across Kindergarten and Elementary School programs.
Learning Ovations provides teachers with a lesson planning tool to personalize reading instruction for K-4 students. The company aims to improve national literacy rates and combat high remediation and special education costs through better reading education practices for young students.
Learning Ovations provides initial reading assessments for teachers to analyze each student’s literacy level at the beginning of the school year. Web-based tools then help teachers plan personalized lesson schedules for each student based on assessment results, suggesting which district reading and writing curriculum materials would be best to use in the classroom. Teachers can update and track student progress on the Learning Ovations web-based tool throughout the school year to get up to date lesson plans and report literacy improvement results.
School district administrators for Kindergarten and Elementary School programs can contact Learning Ovations on their website to purchase their services. Teachers need computer and internet access to use all Learning Ovations services.
Learning Ovations is a license-based service with an annual per student pricing plan. School districts pay $50 per year per student for full access to Learning Ovations services.
WHO IS USING IT
As of August 2014, Learning Ovations was being used by more than 500 teachers.
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