Data Driven Instructional Leadership
Take The Pain Out Of School Improvement
TeachersInTouch For Schools
Data Driven Instructional Support
Improve School Report Card
TeachersInTouch helps in the following School report card areas: student attendance, content mastery, financial efficiency, school climate, and closing subgroups’ achievement gaps.
Real Time Data
Analyze real time data to evaluate and improve teaching and learning conditions.
Improve Parental Engagement
Get more parental involvement and impact with frequent research base messages.
Take The Pain Out of School
Implement with fidelity the following school improvement initiatives. academic support, positive school climate and parental engagement.
Did You Know Educators Work 56 Unpaid Workdays Each Year?
what TeachersInTouch users are saying
The TinT software is one of the most efficient programs that I have used to manage and keep track of classroom incidents. Everything a teacher needs in order to maintain records for pupils is right at your fingertips.
TeachersIntouch is what teachers have been asking for, for decades...a one stop shop software solution that helps reduce paperwork and increases both student and teacher accountability.
What I appreciate the most about TeachersInTouch is that it is user friendly and encompasses all that a teacher needs to communicate with parents and administrative staff regarding student achievement. TinT also offers a superior platform for implementing and monitoring RTI support for students.
TeachersInTouch is good. Teachers knowing that I am monitoring communicating with parents has gotten them to contact parents more.
Stop Teacher Burnout!
‘Greater participation, fewer behavioral problems and stronger teacher-student relationships are benefits that may occur when teachers increase [casual], personalized communications and regularly reach out to parents and students,’ said Shaun Doughtery...in Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness
Students with teachers who make brief, but regular phone calls to parents are more likely to complete their homework, less likely to need to be redirected in class, and may even view the classroom as their ‘second home’
Whether and how parents get involved is heavily influenced by schools (Hoover-Dempsy, 2005). Schools must take the lead to ensure all families are effectively included, know how to support their children, ... [And schools] can support and influence families’ attitudes and efforts around holding high expectations and providing a pro-learning and pro-health home