Instruction That Is Proven to Work
i‑Ready Instruction Meets ESSA Level 3 Criteria
i‑Ready Instruction is an evidence-based intervention, backed by research that qualifies it for federal and state grant programs.
i-Ready Instruction delivers powerful online lessons that motivate students on their paths to proficiency and growth. Driven by insights from the i-Ready Diagnostic, i-Ready’s online K–8 lessons provide tailored instruction that meets students where they are in their learning journey and encourages them as they develop new skills. i-Ready Instruction is complemented by easily accessible teacher resources that enable teachers to target the specific skills with which students are struggling most in their whole class, small group, and one-to-one instruction.
i‑Ready Instruction uses a proven combination of resources—Online Instruction, instructional reports, and a student dashboard—that encourage student involvement, ownership of learning, and a growth mindset.
i‑Ready Instruction is purposefully designed for the differentiated classroom. Students are challenged to work at their level of ability and empowered to celebrate their progress, which encourages them to take ownership of their learning. Online lessons are rigorous, offering students explicit instruction when they need it and providing systematic practice and scaffolded feedback that promotes a growth mindset. Lessons are tested extensively with younger students and older struggling learners, ensuring that i‑Ready Instruction is engaging and fun for students of all abilities and ages.
Students who take ownership of their learning are more active learners. My Dashboard encourages students to participate in their progress. Its visual, intuitive interface gives students real-time feedback, motivating messages, and the rewards of earned credits after completing lessons.
i‑Ready’s easy-to-read instructional reports give teachers actionable insight to guide their class and their students to advance throughout the year. Teachers can better plan their instruction through the student grouping reports, monitor how students are responding to instruction at the individual and class level, and closely track Time on Task. Administrators have a complete view of instructional progress, from the district down to the school and individual student level, to guide resource decisions.