1:1 Initiative Assessment
How Effective Is Your 1:1 Initiative?
Has your school or district had a 1:1 initative in place for several years? How do you know your program is highly effective? One to One Institute, co-author of the groundbreaking Project RED research on effective 1:1 programs can help with our free 1:1 Initiative Assessment Tool (get your copy). Our research on high quality 1:1 programs investigated every aspect of 1:1. We identified the traits that distinguish high quality programs from those that are ordinary, or worse, subpar. Time spent strategically addressing the right areas means teaching and learning advance while students and teachers thrive. When key factors are not addressed, the implementation will flounder, even when combined with the best of intentions and hard work on the part of administrators, teachers, and technology leaders. Need more than a self-assessment?
We’ve turned our research and experience into an interactive rubric that leaders in 1:1 schools and districts can use to assess a 1:1 program, addressing each of the key areas involved:
- Technology & Learning
- Digital Equity
Once the rubric is completed, a score for each area and an overall score are calculated.
The rubric requires a team effort to complete; engaging in the process will help you see your way forward as you plan. After completing a self-assessment, you will know where you need to bolster efforts to improve the impact of your 1:1 initiative. Signup below to get your free copy of our Readiness Assessment Tool.
We offer a full assessment based on our years of research investigating successful 1:1 programs at hundreds of schools.
We can provide resources to complete a thorough 1:1 initiative assessment and produce a report that is suitable for sharing with leadership teams, boards, and the community. Options include:
- Onsite or remote assessments of infrastructure
- Instructional readiness
- Leadership capacity
- Digital equity challenges
- Budgeting analysis
In a full assessment from One to One Institute, scores are determined by survey results, observations, interviews, focus groups, and analysis of documentation you provide us. Contact us today to learn more.