Freckle Implementation Ideas

Using Freckle for Intervention and IEPs

Freckle's differentiation platform provides an effective way to differentiate instruction and monitor student progress within a RTI program.

Automatically Differentiated Practice to the Individual Student

  • You have identified student's area of need based on Freckle, and other assessments. Use Freckle's automatic adaptive features and targeted assignments to target those areas.
  • How to get started in Math:
    • Assign or have students self-select a Math Adaptive Assignment in the domain area of focus (example: Geometry).
    • Assign or have students self-select Freckle Fact Practice.
    • Administer assignment on the specific skill/standard (at any grade level).
  • How to get started in ELA:
    • Assign or have students self select an ELA Skills Practice Assignment in the domain area of focus (example: Main Idea).
    • Have students self select an article of personal interest in their ELA library (reminder: all available articles will be at the student's reading level based on an automatic initial reading pre-test) or assign it!
    • Have students continue with Word Study.

Progress Monitoring for IEP Data

  • Teachers track students' performance and growth through a series of reports that illustrate progress on the class level and individual level. These reports indicate how students are performing compared to grade level, as well as individual student growth over time.
  • How to get started in Math:
    • Use data from Adaptive Practice, Targeted Practice, and Benchmark Assessments to monitor student growth in the Freckle Math "Report Card."
    • Assign more than two benchmark assessments, domain or standard specific, to see a student's growth report.
  • How to get started in ELA:
    • Use the "Class Grouping Report" to determine what level students are reading (tab #1) and what ELA skills level they are practicing (tab #2).
    • Use Freckle's "Report Card" to view detailed information on student progress.