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Reducing Learning Struggles

Point-of-Instruction Focus

Our Goal - Breakout Achievement

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Content Is Common Denominator

Teachers Enrich Practice

Closing Learning Gaps

Letter Grades Hide Learning Gaps

Learning Gaps Cripple Progress

Teacher Implementation Benefits

High Value for Teachers

Student Engagement

Parent Involvement

School Implementation Benefits

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Student Engagement Benefits


Since school is all about kids, what better way to show how the Institute's A·B·D technology works than from a student’s perspective? Leaf through three days in a Grade 10 student’s life to discover how the system links teachers, students and parents together in one user-friendly, collaborative network. Check it out here!

In today’s education systems, there are traditional roles and responsibilities for the point-of-instruction participants: teachers, students and parents. The On-Grade Model enhances the student role for better learning achievement.

In On-Grade classrooms, information is shared with all participants – all of it, including learning objectives, learning context, curriculum, references and student learning status. Sharing information changes everything from accountability to parent engagement. More so, this sharing is a positive way to make education a more effective collaborative team effort. The Model is designed to support the evolution from the current ineffective system to one that promotes unified processes and role adjustments. This evolution will achieve successful learning gap closure.

In today’s schools, being a student is intimidating — success is not easy to understand, let alone achieve.

Of all the materials provided, referenced and used in the classroom, students struggle to know the difference between core and non-core content. What's more, they have little to guide them on what content is important for EOY assessments.

In an On-Grade school, the student is well-informed on the learning objectives and their own individual learning status.

Students know exactly what is expected, what is planned and where they are.