How it Works | ASSESSMENT
A 360-Degree View
Reading Plus’ adaptive assessment gives educators a 360-degree view of each student. It provides a data-driven starting point for the personalized instruction and practice students need to become independent readers. Rich data is transformed into a variety of reports that give teachers the information they need for targeted instruction.
The Screening Report gives teachers a view of each student’s skill levels.
The Placement Report displays the recommended number of weekly lessons and places students into a personalized learning path.
The Benchmark Report helps teachers monitor each student’s progress over time.
The Only Assessment that Measures Student Motivation
Research shows that students’ attitudes and mindsets play an important role in learning. In InSight, students respond to statements about reading that help to create a picture of how they see themselves as readers. InSight was designed to measure and report on student motivation under the direction of motivational expert, Dr. John Guthrie.
The Only Intervention that Assesses Silent Reading Rate
The most assessed and least taught skill is silent reading fluency. Based on extensive research, Reading Plus has developed proven instruction and practice activities for efficient silent reading.
Strongly Correlated to Commonly Used Assessments
InSight is strongly correlated to national and state reading assessments. These findings indicate that Reading Plus can serve not only as an instructional program, but also as a key component in a school's literacy assessment.