Helps ensure learning objectives, content and tests are aligned
Score!! highlights areas where the instructional content, tests and student learning may not be aligned, and allows educators to tailor instruction to improve student learning in an individualized manner that is most desired in any educational setting.
Score!! helps streamline the testing process
Educators create tests from banks of items provided with Score!! or create their own custom questions. The items provided with Score!! are mapped to Bloom‘s Cognitive domain and are classified on the first three levels (knowledge, understanding and application). Bloom‘s Taxonomy is universally accepted and is followed by CBSE and other reputed educational institutes worldwide. Educators, hence, can create and print tests that target specific learning objectives. Score!! provides detailed results normally available only on state or national level assessments. The system saves hours every week in test preparation, feedback and monitoring, which gives the teacher more time to teach.
Provides objective test reports and analysis
Score!! helps analyze the student score data quickly and then produces reports that pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of individual students, subgroups and the entire class. With corrective feedback, the teacher as well as the student understands what the student has and has not mastered, and the student, parents and administrators can see the level of learning to take further corrective action.
Enables educators to tailor instruction
Reports in the Score!! solve the mystery of where students stand relative to mastery of learning objectives. Educators can tie prescriptive or remedial information to each test item or intervene with instruction modified for the student.
Teachers are provided with concept notes at topic level that can be utilized by teachers for instruction as well as students for concept clarification. The concept notes are also tied in with the item bank. Each concept note addresses a topic and comprehensively covers the learning objectives at that particular topic. The concept note, gives illustrations and examples, wherever applicable, for easier understanding.
Guides refinement in instruction
Teachers also can use the results and the concept notes to monitor their own instructional delivery. Score!! reports on specific learning objectives indicate when an instructional technique is successful, needs revising, or if more or less time should be devoted to the objective. Principals also can use results to make decisions about teacher training and curriculum.