Office of Accountability

Supplemental Educational Services
Service Summary Information

One on One Learning

1.

Name of organization:

One on One Learning

Primary location:

8900 SW 117th Avenue, Suite C-103
Miami, FL 33183

Contact information:
(phone / email / website):

Office: 305-273-8036
E-mail:
mmonnar@oneononelearning.com, Website:
www.oneononelearning.com external link

LEAs where service will be provided:

The applicant will provide services in every eligible District/LEA in the state of New York.

2.

Years provider has delivered service:

8 years

3.

Evidence that services have been effective:

Of the 3000+ students enrolled in the applicant's existing programs, 90% achieved significant academic gains in reading performance as indicated by state achievement results obtained from the local school district. Additional data is available from the Woodcock Johnson III
Calculation subtest, AIMSWEB, and Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills that were administered as pre and post assessments. Students completing more than 75% of the allotted time increased an average of 50% on reading comprehension scores and 60% on math calculation. Through teacher and administrator evaluations of the program we were able to determine that teachers saw a qualitative and quantitative difference in classroom performance. Both parents and teachers reported improved grades. Teachers reported moving students up a level in the areas of reading and math groups within the classroom. In addition, 100% of the ELL students served, in our program in Florida, improved at least two levels as measured by the OLPS (Oral Language Proficiency Examination) obtained from the classroom teacher. Through teacher and administrator evaluations of the program we were able to determine that teachers saw a qualitative and quantitative difference in classroom performance. Both parents and teachers reported improved academic grades.

4.

Title of the instructional program, curriculum series to be used (if appropriate):

The curriculum, which utilizes Crosswalk Coach for the Common Core State Standards, Ladders to Success and/or New York State Coach, Empire Edition series, which all directly aligns to the state standards and indicators for Reading and Mathematics at each grade level from first grade through high school. The online tutoring program utilizes the Learning Today's Smart Tutor Program. The provider will ensure that the tutoring program maintains its alignment and
connection with the state academic standards and with the district's instructional programs by conducting consistent monitoring of the tutoring sessions.

5.

Grade level(s) the provider will serve:

1st - 12th grades

6.

Content area(s) provider will serve:

English Language Arts and Reading and Mathematics

7.

Number of sessions provided per week, if applicable:

2-3 sessions per week

8.

Average length of each service session (minutes/hours):

60 minutes

9.

Duration of the available service period (e.g. September 1 – June 30; September 1 – August 31; weekends only; summer school only; specific number of weeks or hours, other, etc;):

September 1 - August 31 on weekdays, weekends, before or after school hours.

10.

Type of instruction:

Individual, Small Group (I:5), large Group (1:10), web-based

10a

Description of methods and strategies for serving eligible students with disabilities:

The instructional program serves Students with Disabilities. Tutors working with this specific population of students receive professional development in working with these students as it is the goal of the provider to provide a comprehensive tutoring program to meet the unique needs of the general education population as well as Students with Disabilities. These students will receive the accommodations that are prescribed in their Individualized
Educational Plans (IEPs) and the tutors will use specific instructional strategies such as summarizing key points, teach in multi-modal formats, using auditory and visual stimulus, providing adequate opportunity for questions and answers, use more than one way to demonstrate or explain information, and provide both visual and auditory aids in order to meet the unique needs of these students.

10b

Description of methods and strategies for serving eligible students with limited English proficiency:

The instructional program serves English Language Learners. Tutors working with this specific population of student s receive professional development in working with these students as it  is the goal of the provider to provide a comprehensive tutoring program to meet the unique needs of the general education population as well as English Learners. The tutors will use specific instructional st rategies such as using visual aids often, incorporate hands-on activities to demonstrate concepts, allow sufficient wait time, and modeling spoken language

11.

Qualifications of the service provider(s)/instructor(s):

The applicant will hire New York State Certified teachers with multiple years of experience and will abide by all fingerprint and criminal history record check requirements within the law.

12.

Reports to parents, teachers, and LEA (Content, frequency, method of delivery):

Progress reports are issued to students, parents/guardians, teachers, schools and/or LEAs on a monthly basis. Progress reports identify the learning objectives taught and the student's level of mastery. This report serves as a method of communication to share the student's academic progress with parents, teachers and the local school district. In addition, pre- and post- assessment results are reported to the parent, classroom teacher and district at the end of the program in a final tutoring report. A final report listing short- and long-term academic goals, assessment methods, and results will be provided to the district and classroom teacher within two weeks of the last tutoring session. Students participating in the online tutoring program will receive immediate feedback on progress via parent progress report. This report will be auto- generated at the end of each session and document a student's progress toward each learning goal. These reports are then forwarded to the classroom teacher and Program Director for review. Goals are closely monitored by program staff and phone conferences are scheduled regularly to discuss student progress. Parents and teachers will receive a final written report at the end of the tutoring program outlining each goal, student progress, and the mastery level obtained.

13.

Will transportation to the service location be provided at no charge if requested? (Note: LEAs are not required to provide or pay for transportation)

yes

14.

Additional relevant information:

None

Last Updated: March 21, 2014