Students with Disabilities
Do you want to give your students with disabilities
- differentiated instruction,
- strategic re-teaching, and
- detailed information on their progress?
You do everything you can to help your students with disabilities develop the language and literacy skills they need.
But how can you give them engaging instruction that meets their individual needs and helps them make real progress?
We take out the guesswork by offering differentiated instruction, strategic re-teaching, and detailed progress reports.
With the help of Imagine Learning, you can give your students with disabilities exactly what they need to get engaged in their own learning and see amazing growth.
Our TrueAssess™ adaptive placement test automatically places students at their ideal starting point in the Imagine Learning curriculum, so students see only content that best addresses their individual knowledge gaps and learning needs.
They also receive sequenced instruction, customized feedback, and streamlined or expanded lessons depending on their individual progress.
Unlike many software programs that simply beep when students give an incorrect response, Imagine Learning provides explanations and extra instruction when students answer incorrectly, helping them learn the concept and find the correct answer.
This scaffolding is strategically withdrawn as students progress, encouraging them to become more independent.
Detailed Progress Reports
Research shows that students progress more quickly when they can see the progress they’ve made.
Our real-time reports make it easy for teachers and parents to track student progress by providing information on program usage, skill and vocabulary mastery, and overall progress;
reports even include an easy-to-read list of unmastered skills. Students can see the progress they’ve made in both on-screen and printable reports.
Contact us for more information on how Imagine Learning can help your students with disabilities. Or, check out one of our free resources below.
Five Resources for Students with Disabilities:
- Helping students with disabilities overcome test anxiety
- Tailoring instruction to students with disabilities’ needs
- Imagine Learning supports students with disabilities
- Students with disabilities find independence with Imagine Learning
- Adapting instruction for cognitive disabilities
Students with Disabilities: A Case Study
Students at Noralto elementary school in northern California are raising the bar and scoring better on tests, thanks to Imagine Learning.
Progress Report: Students with Disabilities
Watch how Imagine Learning can help students turn their disabilities into possibilities, and achieve even more success.