Assessment

mCLASS® Now What?® Tools

Tools to highlight patterns, target instruction and bring learning home

Sometimes, answers prompt new questions.

Our mCLASS® Now What?® Tools instantly interpret your students’ mCLASS® assessment data, providing real-time insight into instructional needs and targeted activities that close the achievement gap.

How it works

Streamline the time-consuming processes of item analysis and grouping to translate students’ assessment results into targeted instruction and support. Help educators focus on personalizing instruction—before the learning moment passes.

  • Automatically identify patterns and access targeted activities with the mCLASS®:DIBELS® Item-Level Advisor™.
  • Instantly group students according to specific areas of need using mCLASS®:DIBELS® Small-Group Advisor™.
  • Generate letters home to explain assessment results in parent-friendly language with mCLASS®:DIBELS® Home Connect®.

Insight into early literacy development

Discover important patterns in early literacy and what they mean to a student’s development. mCLASS:DIBELS Item-Level Advisor even provides targeted activities for effective instruction. Available for mCLASS®:DIBELS Next®.

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Small-group instruction

Easily group students based on similar instructional needs. The mCLASS:DIBELS Small-Group Advisor automatically creates groups according to skill and provides targeted instructional activities for small group instruction. Available for mCLASS®:Reading 3D™, mCLASS:DIBELS Next, and mCLASS®:IDEL®.

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Support for learning at home

Reinforce the connection between school and home with mCLASS;DIBELS Home Connect, which automatically generates student progress updates in parent-friendly language—in English or Spanish—and suggests specific activities to strengthen learning. Available for mCLASS:Reading 3D and mCLASS:DIBELS Next.

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Carmen

Instructional coach

North Carolina

We use the software to see a snapshot of our whole classroom and to see areas where students need to grow. Instead of spending time analyzing and laying out data in spreadsheets like we used to do, the Now What? Tools are there for us, and we can spend more time focusing on small-group instruction instead of losing instructional time.