- One central, online location where ALL student data is accessed.
- RTI and MTSS functionality is built into the system.
- Create and pull reports quickly.
OnHand Schools has the perfect solution to support your Special Education needs.
EdInsight saves time by providing a central location for teachers to access the student data needed for progress monitoring, developing IEP’s and identifying students in need of Special Education Services.
Special Education professionals need data at their finger tips. EdInsight provides useful tools that enable Special Education professionals to perform their work more efficiently.
Before using the EdInsight solution from OnHand Schools, our special education teachers had to spend valuable time collecting data from multiple sources; time that could have been spent in the classroom. EdInsight allows us to find all of our information in one place and offers powerful and helpful reporting tools such as Student Reports, Benchmarking Results, and Anchor Reports. Our large case loads have been made more manageable and we are able to spend more time with the students. EdInsight makes our job easier and we are thrilled with the results.
Concetta P. Fiorante, M.Ed. | Director of Pupil Services
EdInsight's unique Response to Intervention and Instruction (RtII) module follows the entire Response to Intervention process. Using information from the EdInsight Data Window it will organize students into appropriate tiers. The system allows for tier slotting override based on input from teachers.
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The OnHand Schools EdInsight Anchor Report is unique to the EdInsight System. This report enables teachers and administrators to view student performance on assessments and identify a student's strengths and weaknesses on a particular benchmark.
Our EdInsight Student Reports are currently available in the system for Math, Reading and TerraNova. These reports are extremely helpful to the Special Education Department because they contain all of the crucial information that teachers need when writing IEPs, such as: grades, benchmark data, attendance data.