You spoke and we listened! While we often integrate new updates to Elevate, during the summer of 2021 we made a number of substantial enhancements to make it even easier for educators to create optimal learning conditions for students. Here’s what we did:
We updated the learning conditions and corresponding survey questions based on evolving research and to better reflect how educators are implementing Elevate. For example, we removed language like, “this week.” A full description of the learning conditions, measures, and details on how they’ve evolved can be found at perts.net/elevate/measures-changes.
We made Elevate set-up and implementation more flexible in several ways.
We did away with Projects! Now, educators can collect student feedback by Class. Those Classes can be grouped together into several Communities and reported on, even after students have completed the survey.
Classes can have several Class Leads. Educators teaching the same class can have the same permissions and report access.
We “unlocked” Rosters. Class rosters can be “unlocked” at any time so students can add themselves to a Roster. Individual student Roster IDs can also be edited. Typo? No problem!
We introduced Bulk updates. Various Class settings, like the survey schedule, can be completed for several Classes at one time -- and they don’t have to be the same.
We added a Participation Dashboard. The Participation Dashboard enables educators to track participation on the level of student, Class, Class Lead, and Community. Unlike reports, which are updated weekly, the Participation Dashboard is updated every night.
We created a robust Knowledge Base. The ever-evolving Knowledge Base includes instructions, videos, guides, and a number of resources! Best of all, it can be accessed just when you need it: a help widget appearing on every page of the program, information text embedded within the program and in reports, and a dedicated Support Portal found at perts.net/elevate/support and users can access it in several ways.