Magnatag® Visible Systems

Track Student Progress with Custom Display Boards

Press release   •   Dec 12, 2011 04:03 EST

Macedon, NY - School administrators visually identify at-risk students using the new Magnatag Student Progress-Tracker magnetic display boards. A California school administrator says; "We post requirements and screening results on the board. The different color magnets make it easy to spot at risk students and give them the attention they need" A New York Guidance Counselor says of the bulletin boards; "In addition to academic subject areas, we show attendance status, whether or not a student has an IEP, risk assessment and RTI information" and a West Virginia elementary school principal said: "Just a glance at it to know how my students are performing; below, average and above level. The T-card record also quickly shows auditors our Title I monitoring requirements are compliant"

"School officials tell us their computer reports don't give them the visual overview these display boards provide" says Christian Krapf, spokesperson for Magnatag. "Student Progress-Tracker is easy to use. Each student has a private T-card record with their ID number that fits in a file-slot on the bulletin board, keeping it confidential. You post subject and special program ID at each column-top using magnetic cardholders. Color-coded magnet signals show at risk levels and program inclusion. Each board comes with all the magnets and materials needed to operate it, including a CD/ROM card keying template. Select from 5 or 12 subject columns and 40 to 980 students in 8 board sizes.

 For detailed information and to view the Student Progress-Tracker Display Boards Video, visit online at www.magnatag.com/student or call Magnatag at 800 624 4154 and talk to a visible system specialist.

Douglas is a long time employee at Magnatag. His intricate product knowledge about Magnatag's various display boards makes him an important source of information.

 

Douglas is a long time employee at Magnatag. His intricate product knowledge about Magnatag's various display boards makes him an important source of information.