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Imagine Learning version 13 includes the new Action Areas tool—giving teachers the intervention resources they have been asking for. The new tool assists teachers by identifying which students need help and pinpointing the skills that are giving them trouble. Instant Data Equals Instant Intervention The Action Areas tool allows for immediate intervention by grouping students together according to their needs. The tool provides a wealth of supporting content that can be used for guided practice. And teachers can instantly launch Imagine Learning activities and printouts directly from the tool itself.

Imagine Learning version 13 includes the new Action Areas tool—giving teachers the intervention resources they have been asking for. The new tool assists teachers by identifying which students need help and pinpointing the skills that are giving them trouble.

Instant Data Equals Instant Intervention

The Action Areas tool allows for immediate intervention by grouping students together according to their needs. The tool provides a wealth of supporting content that can be used for guided practice. And teachers can instantly launch Imagine Learning activities and printouts directly from the tool itself.

Liz Driessen teaches elementary school in Brewster, Washington. She has been using Imagine Learning to tailor her weekly teaching plans to the specific needs of students. "Right now I have been focusing on rhyming with my 1st graders because each week I have noticed someone struggling in that area of Imagine Learning. I am hoping to get in the routine every Monday morning to go through the Action Areas tool to help drive my planning and possibly the learning target for the week if enough kids are struggling in an area," said Driessen.

Simplifying Teaching Tasks

The Action Areas tool can be accessed on an iPad, facilitating teacher-led intervention groups using the Imagine Learning iPad app. Information from the Action Areas tool can also be helpful in preparing for parent-teacher conferences and meetings with administrators. And the tool was designed to be user-friendly. "I showed the Action Areas tool to the other Imagine Learning teachers at a meeting we had," said Driessen. "They really liked where specific unmastered skills were listed  for individual students under the Intervention Tools. I haven't found anything frustrating. I like how easy it is to use!"

The Imagine Learning Action Areas tool—empowering teachers with effective, actionable data.

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