Every special education instructor knows that the skills taught in the classroom must be reinforced outside of school to help students foster and develop those skills further. Feedback and progress tracking are essential, as they show where students excel and where deficiencies may arise. That’s why our Healthy Relationships Curriculum includes digital monitoring tools to help your track student’s progress.
Our digital monitoring Skills Evaluation in our myHRC Online Participant tracking tools allows educators to see how students use the skills they learned in the classroom in a real-world setting. This tool enables parents/caregivers to update students’ progress at home so that instructors can see what skills are being used in real-time. Our Skills Evaluation allows everyone involved in the student’s education to collect data on the student’s progress, view progress, and praise the students when they use skills taught in the classroom.
Our Participant Tracking tools also assist in allowing educators to know which lessons students with various needs are not grasping and may need additional support. Because of this, educators can make changes to their lessons in real-time to reinforce the skills the students may need extra help with and provide lessons to demonstrate outside the classroom.
Some of the other features of our Skills Evaluation include the ability to:
- Measure IEP/Treatment Goals
- Show what goals are understood and demonstrated by the participant
- Capture participant data from the beginning to the end of courses
- Visually show progress using color-coded graphs
- And much more!
During my 20 years as a special education teacher, I can attest that digital monitoring tools provide needed insights in the classroom. They help educators know what skills are being used at home and allow us to adjust our lessons to help students make progress quickly. Through this program, parents and educators can feel confident that their children/students will make progress. If you want more information about our digital monitoring features and our curriculum, please reach out via the contact us page on our website. Here, you can meet with our team and request sample lessons to see if our Healthy Relationships Curriculum is right for you!
Author: Jen Falkowski, MEd — Supervisor of Special Education