Calling all Renaissance educators!

Are you looking to get more out of your Renaissance practice programs? Want to ensure that each and every one of your students experiences measurable growth in reading and math this upcoming school year? Would you like to be recognized and rewarded for your hard work? If you answered yes to these questions, you might be a perfect fit for the Renaissance National Honor Roll!

Renaissance National Honor Roll is a recognition program for educators and their students who are utilizing Renaissance practice solutions—Renaissance Accelerated Reader®, Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360®, and Renaissance Accelerated Math®—with fidelity and are achieving the data targets that research has shown to result in greater student growth.

How do educators participate in the program?

  • Throughout the school year, educators must complete implementation strategy activities and discussions within the Renaissance Royals community. One Honor Roll activity is published per month (eight total activities for the year) to guide educators in their implementation and on factors that drive student growth.

  • It is important that educators continually monitor their students’ data to ensure that students are experiencing success in their practice, at levels that research has shown to result in greater student growth.

  • In the spring, educators who have completed the implementation activities can submit their students’ data for the year, showing achievement of the program data targets, to be recognized as members of the Renaissance National Honor Roll. Honored educators will receive a recognition kit and will be featured on our website.

Are you ready to get started? Join the Renaissance Royals community now to get started on your monthly Honor Roll challenges!

P.S. Want to learn more about educators and schools that achieved Renaissance National Honor Roll status during the 2016–17 school year? Check them out here.

1 Comment

  1. Virginia Wiedenfeld says:

    Loved the ideas! You could also use skittles instead of M&M’s! Thank you for sharing.

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