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How are we different than other education consulting companies?


Education Elements has deeper and broader experience in working with public school districts to shift to more student-centered learning environments than any other organization. We have supported the design and implementation of personalized learning in more than 100 districts.

We are a team of seasoned educators who understand public schools. We take the time to understand the unique challenges school leaders face, and then customize the Education Elements approach for each district.  

We bring deep expertise, design thinking, expert facilitation and the spirit of collaboration with our extensive toolkit of resources and technology to deliver sustainable results.

 

We support you in reaching your goals and achieving your strategic plan


Education Elements works with districts to build and support dynamic school systems that meet the needs of every learner, today and tomorrow.  We support school districts in a variety of ways, with a proven methodology and customized approach. 

While best known for personalized learning, we support districts in many ways:

Touchpoint, our project management tool, sets us apart


As a complement to the support we already provide to school districts, we created Touchpoint, an online tool. We believe that for change to be successful, everyone needs to be aligned. Touchpoint provides one single source of all the information, resources and timelines that districts need to manage the many moving parts of big system-wide change. Designed to help leaders map and track progress, Touchpoint supports school teams as they design experiences that meet the needs of students. It also allows district teams to easily onboard new waves of school and staff to the initiative.

Year after year, districts see improvements in student achievement and engagement


A 2015-16 analysis of 17,000 students in districts we worked with showed 142% growth on the NWEA MAP reading exam and 121% growth on the NWEA MAP math exam as compared to national norms. That means those students made 42% more progress in math and 21% more progress in reading on average over the course of the school year than nationally normed growth benchmarks predicted. In personalized learning classrooms, 6 out of 10 students met or exceeded national norms in both reading and math.  When teachers in one district were asked about the impact of personalized learning, 91% said that it made them more effective. In another survey of hundreds of teachers across multiple districts, 93% of teachers said that they are able to provide more differentiated instruction with personalized learning.