At FEV Tutor, we pride ourselves on having a foundation of supporting students and educators in the K-12 Education Community. We do this on a basis of core values that are ethically guided and socially responsible. We respect the environment and want to do our best to protect natural resources for future generations of learners and educators.
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This calls for a celebration! We are so excited and proud to announce that FEV Tutor has won the Best Tutoring Solution for the Edtech Digests 2021 Cool Tool Award and are finalists in seven other categories! Edtech Digest and the Edtech Awards honor the leaders and innovators in Edtech K-12 and Higher Education sectors. FEV Tutor is delighted and humbled to have won and been among the best and brightest in the Cool Tool, Leadership, and Trendsetter categories.
As the pandemic nears the one-year mark, many parents and educators are concerned about measuring students’ learning loss and providing fair grading and assessments. After the time missed from school closures and the understandable learning curve adapting to remote learning, one thing is clear: the pandemic’s impact is far-reaching and will likely exacerbate issues for special student populations.
FEV Tutor has been serving K-12 students, educators, and their families for over ten years. During that time we have found that as education evolves, it is critical to remain informed about the growing library of information across education research.
Our team works with research partners consistently to integrate the latest research into our platform, and to ensure every FEV Tutor user is engaging with the most evidence-based virtual tutoring program in the industry.
As we work closely with leading research organizations and top universities to ensure that our platform is always informed by the most relevant educational strategies and practices, we wanted to share some of the research that has informed our product since its inception and throughout the evolution of the platform.
As the year comes to a close, we have much to reflect on as a company and as individuals. It has been a challenging year for sure, but we learn and grow through our struggles, and we find strength and triumphs in unexpected places. When this pandemic hit, we were all left wondering, “what now?” collectively questioning how to face the challenges that seemed insurmountable at the time. I’m so proud of and encouraged by our team and network of K-12 education partners, who, in the face of chaos and uncertainty, rallied around a common goal of helping students reach their academic potential no matter the circumstances. It’s the day-to-day moments in working together, collaborating and problem-solving, and watching each and every team member have such a positive attitude and growth mindset that inspires me. As our marketing specialist, Isabella Cigna, reflects, “It’s great to make plans and set goals, but - as we’ve all learned - life doesn’t always pan out the way we expect. So a great quality to have is to be able to make changes on the fly and be prepared to adapt to whatever happens.”
This pandemic and the following events have affected us all in a multitude of ways. For many students and families, the impact goes beyond education; it affects their mental health. A study by Gallup has shown that in the U.S., Life Ratings have plummeted to a 12-Year Low. The disappointment from friends unseen, milestones quietly passing, and most recently, the tragic killing of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor; many students are left feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and isolated.
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FEV Tutor's Family and Student Engagement (FSE) Team equips families, students, and educators with the tools they need to work towards shared academic goals. Our FSE Team powers data-driven instruction, comprehensive data and progress monitoring, and acts as an extension of our school and district partners.
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Live 1:1 At-Home Instruction During COVID-19 Closures
Moreno Valley USD (MVUSD) is a diverse, Title I District located in the San Bernadino-Riverside Metro Area of California. Many schools in California have incorporated Live 1:1 Online Tutoring while remote learning, and numerous MVUSD schools have launched At-Home Tutoring initiatives powered by FEV Tutor's Live, 1:1 Online Instruction.
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Due to the spread of COVID-19, we understand that for schools/district to make sure virtual learning tools and technology available for students has been challenging. Not all students and families have access to the technology needed for distance learning (laptops/desktops/WiFi). At FEV Tutor, we believe in providing equitable access to all learners alike to continue accelerating academic growth. We have developed two remote learning apps available on the iPad and iPhone.
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Here at FEV Tutor, we are truly inspired by K-12 School & Districts around the country and their ability to adapt, innovate, and rapidly transition to Remote & Distance Learning during the current national crisis. We recognize the circumstances have been constantly evolving and new research from NWEA’s Collaborative for Student Growth Research Center suggests that students heading back to school next fall will be impacted by an academic skill loss (COVID-19 slide) that will require planning strategies to bridge these skill gaps.
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