The School Evolve Teacher App

The simplest, FASTEST way to HEAR FROM EVERY STUDENT

and manage THOUSANDS of responses throughout the year.

Testimonials

Based on a doctoral study carried out in collaboration with high school math teachers from Georgia and Florida in 2015/16.

(The document is available here)

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There were definitely students that were quiet previously who later popped out as students who wanted to participate. Which I was very proud of!
— Mathematics Teacher, 10th Grade, 30 students
I was very pleased at how much the students wrote especially from the students who don’t like to speak up during class… I think [that] was my biggest pleasure, that ‘Okay!’ they’re really taking the time to answer the questions even more so than they did on note cards…”
— Mathematics Teacher, Analytic Geometry, 10th Grade, 45 students
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It allowed me to approach students in a slightly different way. Because I knew what the need was for the students, instead of just speaking in general with 40 different personalities every day.
— Mathematics Teacher, 8th & 11th Grade (public), 161 students

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We aim to keep this app free for you.

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  • Up to 8 classes
  • Up to 35 students per class
  • Unlimited Responses
  • Create custom questions
  • Strong connections to Professional Development
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  • Email support
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  • Up to 8 Classes
  • Up to 40 Students per Class
  • Unlimited Responses
  • Fully Refundable
  • AGGREGATE DATA DASHBOARD
  • ADVANCED ANALYTICS
  • PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY ACCESS

Here are some benefits of quick formative assessments:

  • Formative assessment produces greater increases in student achievement and is cheaper than other efforts to boost achievement, including reducing class sizes and increasing teachers’ content knowledge.

  • Formative assessment that occurs within and between instructional units as well as within and between lessons has been shown to improve students’ achievement. Formative assessment across intervals of four weeks to one year has not been shown to improve students’ achievement.

  • In classrooms where medium- and short-cycle formative assessment was used, teachers reported greater professional satisfaction and increased student engagement in learning.

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