Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of adding students to groups? What type of data can you see? 


Sonday System (1 or 2) is an intervention tool that’s meant to be used one-on-one or in small groups. Students who are at the same or close to the same skill level in the Sonday System can be taught together in a small group, which is the main purpose behind grouping students together. If you’re planning on teaching a group of students at the same time, they should be placed in a group together. If you’re teaching one-on-one (which is very common), then you only need to assign that one student to the group.

Your Winsor account will track a student's TRB test scores and session history. Session history can also be viewed by groups. You can access this information by clicking on Students and Student Groups under  My Teaching Tools on the left side of the screen after logging into your Winsor account.