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Education Modified is an award-winning, fully customizable special ed platform that brings the essential information contained in the IEP to the forefront of daily classroom instruction.
Directly integrated within learning management systems (Schoology, Canvas, JumpRope) that teachers already use, the EdMod platform helps teachers more effectively implement all learning plans (IEP, 504, RTI, transition, Gifted, ELL & more) in the classroom. Our technology includes a research-based library of over 350 instructional strategies, content fo IDEA and DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, and innovative tools for communicating, progress monitoring and data tracking.
This makes collaboration with general ed staff, para professionals and other stakeholders fast and simple.
In addition, our team of experts provide white-glove customer service to make implementation smooth and easy.
Who EdMod serves:
Public, private, charter, independent, and parochial K-12 schools and districts.
Who benefits from EdMod:
Special education coordinators, teachers, general education teachers, para-professionals, counselors, outside service providers, parents and families, administrators, and students!
- The Learning Biography
A dashboard containing critical information about how a student learns best. Schools can customize their student’s Learning Biography by creating, formatting, and ordering individual modules so that they more exactly match the IEP (or learning plan) format that they use.
- Goals Tracking & Progress Monitoring
The Goals feature enables special and general educators to easily and efficiently collect progress monitoring data, implement instructional strategies based on that data, and improve the sharing of student progress with IEP team members.
- Team Board
The Team Board is the go-to place for teams to share, document, and collaborate around a range of day-to-day communications from celebrations to concerns.
- Strategy Library
A searchable database of 350+ research-based instructional strategies to help teachers reach their students with learning challenges. Each strategy contains a toolkit of resources including implementation tools, articles, videos, worksheets and the research itself.
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