IGDIs are predictive of school-readiness and later academic success
- Much like how a pediatrician uses a child’s height and weight to determine physical development, IGDIs are quick and reliable indicators of early reading and math skills.
IGDIs were designed with characteristics specifically for use within early childhood settings
- Supported by evidence
- Require minimal training
IGDIs help preschool educators form data-based decisions and communicate progress to parents
- Utilizing online reporting tools, generate individual, group, class, school, and district reports to visually represent status and progress. Quickly translate test data to Tier level recommendations for targeting intervention and share reports with caregivers to help explain developmental gains or delays.
IGDIs can also help educators…
- Identify struggling learners
- Inform & differentiate instruction
- Create performance snapshots
- Monitor progress over time
- Develop data-driven decisions
- Clarify IEP goals