Program generates lessons based on testing

 Learning Plans on Demand™ (www.LearningPlansOnDemand.com) has announced the release of new diagnostic assessments.
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 Learning Plans on Demand™ (www.LearningPlansOnDemand.com) has announced the release of new diagnostic assessments.

Learning Plans on Demand (LPOD) makes differentiated instructional plans based on individual student needs, such as those required for "Response to Intervention" (RTI). The program automates the RTI process from the individual assessments to the generation of the learning plan itself and it does so for remediation or accelerated instruction.

For example, in the first week of school an eighth grade teacher might want to determine how well prepared her students are for pre-algebra. She can use LPOD to select a test of grade-level skills or for skills taught in earlier grades. With the results from LPOD, the teacher can then immediately select the missing objectives and the system prints out the necessary tutorials and practice activities.

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