Here is How EdPower Enables Riverside Insights™
Online Administration for GMRT and IAAT
Expands Access to Quality Assessments
Enhances Reporting Capabilities
Supports Client Implementation and Administration
Whether you’re helping a classroom full of students improve reading and math scores, or working one-on-one to discover an individual's unique learning needs, Riverside Insights™ has the proven assessment tools you need to measure what matters! Unlock new opportunities for sustained growth and lifelong achievement. Check out tests NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE with Edpower:
Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests (GMRT® )
GMRT® features research-based tests that allow teachers and schools to identify the general level of reading achievement of individual students throughout their entire school careers. The objective information obtained from GMRT®, complimented by teachers’ evaluations and other sources of information, can provide a basis for the following:
Organizing students into appropriate instructional groups
Selecting students for individual diagnosis and special instruction
Identifying students who are ready for more advanced instruction
Placing new students into proper instructional programs
Evaluating the effectiveness of instructional programs
Reporting student progress to parents, teachers, and the community
Get The Data You Need For Your Students To Succeed!
Teachers rely on the research-based Gates-MacGinitie, GMRT®, to get the real story behind every student's reading achievement. Measure skills like:
With this information, educators can pinpoint student's specific areas of strengths and weakness to make informed decisions about course placement and individualized instruction!
Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test (IAAT® )
The Iowa Algebra Aptitude TestTM assesses a student's math ability and preparedness for high school algebraic courses in 4 areas, pre-algebraic concepts, interpretation of mathematical information, representing relationships, and using symbols. The assessment scores assist teachers and counselors with initial placement of students in the secondary math curriculum.
In just one class period...
determine whether your students have the necessary skills for Algebra I! Measure a student's ability in the following areas:
PRE-ALGEBRAIC NUMBER SKILLS AND CONCEPTS
INTERPRETING MATHMATICAL INFORMATION