Our math platform is for socially or economically disadvantaged students that are impacted
disproportionately in math subjects. The iEDAPTS (Saving Our Students) SOS
software benefits all stakeholders .
The program design will be to provide added educational support in algebra, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, and more for our students. Also, to foster and cultivate the needed mathematical competencies on the local and state levels that will enhance self-confidence and study skills for everyone’s academic success. The instructors, teacher assistants, and student forums interact with content, assessments, tools, and games that will put this online site in a category of its own. You will never look at math in the same way now that you have others who can help you at iEdapts.
Culturally Responsive Teaching and Social-Emotional Learning
Our math platform is for socially or economically disadvantaged students that are impacted disproportionately in math subjects. The iEDAPTS (Saving Our Students) SOS software benefits all stakeholders. Student progress can be screened and monitored over time, problem areas identified, lesson plans complemented, and collaboration between students and peers fostered, improved teacher instruction, and increased student learning while parents receive summaries of each lesson. We are targeting minority customers whose inclusion and performance in STEM-related fields have experienced unproductive trends in that industry. To support them, we offer cost-effective segments that produce quantitative and qualitative results right at their fingertips.
Due to the lack of resources and infrastructures in the minority communities during COVID-19, iEDAPTS (Education and Promoting Teaching Strategies) pivoted its mission to deliver a dashboard system that is more engaging and culturally relevant to users. Saving Our Students (SOS) arranges content around music and poetry to address deficiencies in STEM areas. With smartphones being a popular means of communication, we tailored our content to take advantage of an online delivery method, with most students using TikTok and other social media platforms. After redesigning our website to accommodate more videos and social engagement, online traffic increased by 150%.
We will gauge their understanding of what has been taught in the classroom and through real-life experience .
All instructional materials and curricula will follow the Common Core Standards Course of Study for their appropriate grade level and abilities. Students will receive daily reading skills; to further facilitate understanding and comprehension of verbally represented text material, and the materials used will complement as well as supplement their schools’ curricula and resources. All content outline material aligns with the most heavily weighted state objectives for each grade level.
Teachers are helping us validate our products and services, especially for our users who are at-risk students, usually in Title I schools. Roughly 60.4% of minorities makeup Title 1 schools while 39.6% were White (Kid Count Data Center, n.d.) On average, schools serving more minority populations have less-experienced, lower-paid teachers who are less likely to be certified (Cook, January 28, 2015). Those schools tend to offer fewer opportunities to improve STEM skills (Cook, January 28, 2015). In 2015 the average math scores for eighth graders at Title 1 schools fell for the first time since 1990 (Desilver, 2017).