To encourage our students to take an active role in their learning process and to help make learning fun, FEV Tutor introduced “My Journey” to our Online Tutoring portal this fall. Students are rewarded with points for positive behaviors, such as taking ownership of their learning, mastering new concepts, participation, and more. As students accumulate points, they earn Micro-Badges that unlock new levels on their game-board to compete with their classmates and earn privileges to customize their avatar and tutoring experience. In this post, we will examine how FEV's My Journey helps students to become self-advocates.
As a part of FEV Tutor's Rewards program we are excited to announce our next contest! We are awarding partners for their opinions on FEV's recent updates to the Online Tutoring Portal.
As an FEV Tutor user, you may have noticed that we've made some exciting updates to our tutoring platform. We've added a new gamification feature to enhance your students experience learning. Now that we've rolled out the "My Journey" experience, we want to hear what you and your students thing about the changes.
Did you know that FEV Tutor recently updated its platform to have gamification features? The My Journey update encourages students to take an active role in their learning process. On the game board, students will begin on Level 1, where they can design their very own avatar. Over time, students can level up by earning points in each of the four “My Journey” categories: Participate, Drive, Achieve, and Collaborate. Each category supports students to engage in behaviors that will help drive achievement gains and meeting their academic goals.
At FEV Tutor, we do out best to make an impact with the students that use our live, 1:1 online tutoring services. At the end of the 17-18 Academic Year, FEV Tutor held a testimonial contest open to all students who participated in our tutoring. We received a lot of feedback, and it's meaningful to us that we are making a difference in students lives. Take a look and see what some students had to say about FEV.
Did you know that FEV Tutor has an ongoing Rewards Program? We understand how valuable classroom time is and we hold ourselves accountable for making the most of students' time. To help everyone stay on track and recognize students and teachers for putting in the time necessary to make an impact on student achievement, we've created our own Rewards Program.
At the end of each school year, FEV Tutor ran a testimonial contest open to all teachers and administrators at our partner school sites. We believe it’s important to not only know how our students feel about our services but also the educators implementing tutoring in their classroom. We were happy to hear such positive reviews, but don't take our word for it, take a look at some of our favorite submissions below.
At the end of each school year, FEV Tutor runs a testimonial contest open to all students who participated in tutoring. It is always rewarding hearing from students how we were able to help them to succeed! But don't take our word for it, take a look at some of our favorite submissions below.
FEV Tutor was recently featured in an article on eSchool News written by Dr. Martinrex Kedziora, Superintendent of Moreno Valley Unified School District in California. In the article, "Here's how we made data usable for our teachers," Dr. Kedziora details how his district not only collects the right data but also connects interventions to data to help students learn.
In May, FEV Tutor was pleased to travel down to Johns Hopkins School of Education to participate in the Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN) Spring Institute! The conference was very well attended with educators from across the state of Maryland and Delaware as well.
Moreno Valley Unified School District (MVUSD), a diverse Title I district located in the San Bernardino-Riverside Metropolitan Area of California, historically struggled in Math. With the changing rigor of California Common Core State Standards, students throughout the district were falling further behind. Over three quarters of students district-wide were scoring below proficiency on the California Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) assessment. District administrators knew they had to address Math achievement head-on. They would need to think outside of the box to get students additional supports to keep them on track to fulfill California A-G Requirements and place them on a College and Career Ready path.