The GPS in Unique Learning System is a data collection center designed to identify an individual unique learner’s goals, preferences and skills within educational learning tasks. It houses an array of assessment tools. The tools include:
- Skill Tracking allows a service provider to identify skills that should be tracked for an individual unique learner that directly correlate to an IEP goal and/or track subsets of students on a determined skill. Skills that are tracked within Unique Learning System give a complete summary of all the n2y resources that are related to a particular skill, including lessons, standards, the present level of performance and related assessments.
- The Profile serves as an indicator of the unique learner’s current abilities in the Preschool, K-12 Learning, or Transition areas. Each profile provides suggested levels and strategies for differentiating instruction.
- Monthly Checkpoints provide pre- and post-assessment measures of monthly unit content and skill learning.
- Benchmarks enable service providers to gather baseline data and monitor progress in selected areas of reading, writing and math.
- Core Rubrics address transition readiness skills in the areas of employability, communication, self-advocacy, daily living and social strategies.
- Transition Planning is designed as a future planning tool for Middle School, High School and Transition-aged unique learners.