User Experience | TEACHERS

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Teacher Experience

Today’s teachers are stretched to the limit with large class sizes and the expectation to differentiate instruction for all students. Adaptive technology is a powerful tool in making personalized learning effective, but teachers still hold the key to ensuring that all students become lifelong readers. With a robust and flexible set of tools at their fingertips and easy-to-access data-driven reports, Reading Plus allows teachers to spend less time planning and more time doing what they do best: teaching.

Actionable Data

Real-time, actionable data enables teachers to build comprehensive student profiles for every student and assign lessons automatically. A variety of data-driven reports offer teachers a quick glance into student and class progress, giving teachers valuable insight throughout the year.

Teacher Dashboard

The Teacher Dashboard gives teachers a view into data at the class and student level.

The Class Screening Report displays student-level reading ability.
Student Assignments Report
The Assignments Report displays an overview of all work accomplished by students during any completed week(s) and provides teachers with the information they need to give students credit for their work.
Teacher Expected Growth Report
Expected Growth Reports give teachers an accurate look into expected growth based on real-time classroom data. .

Extensive Support at your Fingertips

Reading Plus simplifies the instructional planning process with interactive support for every teacher.

  • Searchable resources, from professional development videos to  printable resources and lesson tutorials, are available to support the needs of each student.
  • Simplify lesson planning with automatic recommendations for small group instruction.
  • Learn more about student learning styles, strengths and areas of challenge by accessing rich student data.

Close the Achievement Gap Early for Elementary Students

What comes after phonics and foundational reading skills?

To become independent readers, your elementary students need to establish grade-level reading proficiency with strong reading skills. But students who struggle are often placed in intervention programs that focus on foundation skills and oral fluency. Reading Plus provides the practice needed to close reading gaps early and to improve the visual skills of younger readers.

And…with content and activities designed for students in grades 3-5, Reading Plus fits seamlessly into your literacy block!

An elementary school teacher standing with three students seated at a table in the school library