School Getting Started

School Getting Started

A step-by-step approach for teachers to get started with students on the Fast ForWord program.

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AUTOMATIC ANALYSIS
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TIMELY AND SPECIFIC INTERVENTION GUIDANCE
Please contact us when all your students have completed the test and we will show you how to access the results.
NB Please follow the instructions for the step CAREFULLY.
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INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PROGRESS ASSESSMENTS

The student will start on the designated program

Language v2 for Primary Students

Literacy for Secondary Students

There is an introduction at the beginning of each exercise

You can also use the help menus on the screen

Use the one page Scope and Sequence as a summary introduction to the program

INFORMATION THAT CAN BE USED
Everything is ready for the student
The exercises each day are pre-set for the student
The protocol (minutes per day and # of days per week) are set
You will see ongoing how they adhere to the protocol in the reporting
Easy to View Management Summaries

After 2 weeks of participation we will arrange a time to review your students’ progress.

This will covers progress, participation, errors made and interventions to use to get the student progressing accordingly.

HEADPHONES
Students should use Headphones that fully cover the ear.
Do NOT use headphones that cancel external noise.
SPLITTER

Use a splitter to listen into the student’s exercises

Note headphones with USB ports cannot be used with a splitter

Measuring Progress

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