Teachers at Eugene Elementary Turn Data Insights Into Fun Student Learning Activities with Acuity

Students at Eugene Elementary School in Rock Island, IL use Acuity, which they say "feels like fun!"

Students at Eugene Elementary School in Rock Island, IL use Acuity, which they say “feels like fun!”

When a 3rd grade student at Eugene Elementary School in Rock Island, IL told us “with Acuity… it feels more like fun than work,” we were thrilled. That’s exactly what Acuity does: It enables teachers to use assessment data insights to pinpoint where and how to engage students in instruction, improving overall instruction  and boosting student achievement.

Angie Brownson, Teacher at Eugene Field Elementary School said, “We’ve always been a data-driven school. We’ve been using quality tools and processes for years. So using data was important to us, but since we’ve started using Acuity, we’ve been able to get more data in a more efficient way.”

By using Acuity’s depth and breadth of college and career readiness content, educators can measure deeper levels of student understanding while reinforcing, remediating, and enriching real-world skills learned in the classroom with embedded digital instructional resources that feel “fun.” Students can finish an instructional, game-like activity and get immediate feedback, enabling educators to really personalize learning.

We’re so proud of the faculty and students at Eugene Elementary School for their dedication to boosting student achievement and academic confidence by using data to inject fun and personalization into classroom learning. We are pleased to share this video of their experience with Acuity. Check it out!

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