Levered has been a lifesaver with distance learning. The transition from in class learning to distance learning has been flawless.- Crystal Calafati, 4th Grade Teacher, Rio Plaza Elementary
Our elementary math curriculum is adaptive and competency-based, with every student working at their own pace. Individual work is bolstered by integrated whole class activities and pencil-and-paper group challenges. Teachers use real-time data about student progress to inform intervention and enrichment, giving each student the support and runway they need.
As schools move to adapt to distance learning, teachers can use the same tools that make Levered so effective in the classroom. Students continue to move ahead in their core, standards-based curriculum with real-time teacher support informed by detailed usage and progress data.
Teachers have real-time assessment data about where their students are struggling and information on what Common Core standard they are struggling with. While students work independently, teachers can help individual students or pull small groups based on their needs at that moment.
We map every standard to specific activities, and offer multiple question types throughout the curriculum. Real-time assessment data informs the teacher with the exact standards students are struggling with
Our competency-based online curriculum allows students to work at their own pace and level. Lessons provide context-rich, real world content that works toward abstraction as students begin to master concepts. Students must reach a level of competency before moving on to the next topic, with fine-tuning management for the teacher.
Intervention and enrichment are built in to the platform, making it easy to support the full range of learners in your classroom on a daily basis. Students have access to a word wall vocabulary at all times for extra support and enrichment activities go deeper into lesson topics instead of simply moving students ahead.
Daily class opener activities and integrated pencil and paper group challenges make it easy to give your students daily opportunities to develop their academic vocabulary, teamwork and higher-order thinking skills.
Resource Specialist Program teachers have their own accounts with all Levered students on their caseload, providing access to detailed assessment and progress data, and allowing virtual "pullout" sessions to provide targeted 1-to-1 and small group intervention.
Levered aims to engage and excite the diversity of learners in student-centered classrooms by applying best practices from the Learning Sciences.
Our teacher dashboard functions like a grade book that fills itself in. As students engage in their individual work at home, daily progress and usage data allows you to directly support students when combined with video conferencing tools.
Schools using Levered were able to transition to home-based use in the first week of closures, and we are seeing daily participation rates exceeding 70% and students working on their individualized curriculum for over 30 minutes per day in those classrooms.
Teachers are given questions scaffolded to provide effective instruction with features like a built-in drawing layer. Engage with your students individually or in small groups at a distance, share your screen and work through problems you know your students are struggling with.