Reading Assessment

The Reading Plus adaptive assessment, InSight, provides a fast and effective way to determine students’ academic standing and ensure they are on a personalized learning path to success.

A 360-Degree View of Each Student

In just 40 minutes, educators have a clear, comprehensive picture of students’ skills and abilities in:

  • Silent reading fluency
  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Motivation for reading

Personalize Learning with InSight

Assessment data informs placement within assigned instructional components as well as recommended instructional intensity.

The Screening Report groups students by instructional needs to determine which students need comprehension, vocabulary, and/or silent reading rate development support. Teachers can easily understand their students’ unique needs by reviewing their personalized diagnostic profiles.

Class Screening Report

The Placement & Schedule Report displays the most appropriate program components for instruction, the initial placement level within each component, and weekly assignment recommendations for each component.

The InSight assessment can be re-administered up to two times to provide valuable benchmarking for mid-year and end-of-year reading improvement. The Benchmark Report helps teachers monitor students’ progress over time and determine how Reading Plus usage impacts growth.

The Projected Growth Report predicts student growth over time, based on students’ assessment results and progress throughout the year. The report enables educators to identify students who are on track to reach their end-of-year goals, and inform decisions about how to support students who are at risk of not reaching their goals.

Strongly Correlated to Commonly Used Assessments

InSight is a valid and reliable assessment that was created under the direction and guidance of leading reading and assessment researchers. InSight is strongly correlated to multiple state assessments as well as other commonly used assessments. These findings indicate that Reading Plus can serve as a key component in a school’s literacy assessment.

The Only Assessment That Measures Motivation

Research shows that students’ attitudes and mindsets play an important role in learning. During InSight, students respond to statements about reading that help to create a picture of how they see themselves as readers.

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