San Jose, CA – December 10, 2015. ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform, has just announced the availability of PARCC simulation assessments for grades 3-8 in Math and English Language Arts (ELA).
ScootPad built the PARCC simulation tests from the ground-up and precisely aligned them with the PARCC blueprints encompassing the same technology enhanced item formats, rigor, depth of knowledge (DOK) and Common Core standards. These practice assessments aid educators in predicting skill and concept gaps in student knowledge while helping ensure that students are ready for PARCC summative assessments in the Spring.
Educators can choose these ready-made simulation assessments and with one-click assign them to their students. District and school administrators can “push” these assessments school-wide or district-wide to all students with just a few clicks. Students can conveniently launch these assessments from their dashboard and experience the simulated PARCC summative testing environment. Educators also have immediate access to assessment results and reports providing actionable insights to inform them of skill gaps and overall student readiness.
Teachers are encouraged to assign interim assessments using the Assessment Generator before taking the PARCC simulated test. Furthermore, educators can build their own assessments and create their own questions using 50+ technology-enhanced item formats to develop their very own PARCC simulation tests.
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for 37,000+ schools across 9,000+ districts. With its comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, any time, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.