FEV Tutor provides your school with ongoing, easy-to-read student achievement reports, commentary from tutors, raw data, snapshot summaries and recent trends. Access to data in real time empowers teachers to make informed instructional decisions as part of their daily routine.
Our Weekly Reports keep you up to speed on your Return on Investment (ROI), as well as providing your teachers the opportunity to further sync tutoring with classroom instruction using valuable up-to-the-minute data.
We know how busy teaches and administrators are, so we consolidate our data and commentary and make it easy to understand and access. The detailed reports are sent to teachers and administrators on a weekly basis but can also be retrieved On Demand on FEV Tutor’s Virtual Tutoring Platform.
- Assistant Principal
- Instructional Specialists
- Classroom Teachers
- Program Leaders
- District Administration
- Learning Objectives
- Grades and Subjects
- Benchmark Scores
- Formative Assessment Data – Exit Ticket Scores
- Commentary From Tutors
- Student Feedback
- Session Recordings – for Review/Study Tool
FEV Tutor’s programs are extremely flexible, and our educational program managers are in touch with your staff weekly to analyze the student data to further customize tutoring (if necessary). Weekly reporting also allows your school to decide if you would like to swap students into the program who might be better served with our 1-to-1 support.
Student & Family Engagement Team
Not only does FEV Tutor share student progress directly with teachers and administrators, but we also keep parents and families updated as well. Families can login to FEV’s Virtual Tutoring Platform from home to see student progress reports and to view recorded sessions. Each tutoring session is recorded and can be reviewed for studying purposes.
Our Student & Family Engagement Team shares progress reports so families can also make informed academic decisions at home. At the conclusion of the program, parents receive a Student Achievement Analysis that breaks down student achievement from the beginning to the end of the program. This is an especially powerful tool if a student changes schools or school districts. Parents can share this information with new teachers so they can quickly gain information about a student’s strengths and weaknesses.