Introducing new Freckle Report recommendations for ELA and math
Having access to accurate and actionable data is critical for teachers to help determine how each student is performing and what the best next steps are to support their growth. Freckle already includes robust reporting, and we are excited to introduce several new assignment recommendations that make these reports even more useful and actionable for teachers. The goal for these report enhancements is to help support each student where they are, provide tailored recommendations for teachers on what to do next to drive student growth, and save teachers valuable time.
When teachers visit the “By Student” tab on the Assignments Report, they’ll now see recommended steps for each student based on their assignment scores. Depending on how each student performed, they will be recommended one of the following options: to assign a “Depth of Knowledge” challenge, to reassign standards, to assign prerequisite skills, or to view the report:
When a Freckle Premium math teacher views an Assignment Detail Report, they will now see a new default view of performance groups and recommended next steps. Performance groups fall under the following: “May Need Help”, “Nearing Proficiency”, or “Ready for a Challenge”.
Teachers will also now see recommendations for each student after a prerequisite targeted practice has been completed on the Assignments Report:
Teachers will additionally see a “Challenging Questions” section highlighted with recommended next steps for the class on the Assignments Report. Teachers can now see the top 3 challenging and missed questions students are struggling with on an assignment. The challenging questions have details of who is struggling and recommendations for next steps:
Renaissance is committed to ensuring that teachers can “See Every Student”, and providing actionable data and reporting to better understand how each student is performing and how best to support them is just one way we do this.
Learn more about how Freckle can support differentiated practice to accelerate learning for all students. Like you, we believe every student can succeed, but in order to do so, they need to be understood—and seen.