ReadTheory: Free Reading Assessment Tool

The ability to differentiate instruction is one of the great benefits of using technology in the classroom. Tools like Newsela and TweenTribune have gained in popularity because they offer current events at a variety of Lexile reading levels. Last week, I shared a free reading and math assessment tool called FrontRow. Another option is a new tool called ReadTheory. ReadTheory tracks student (K-12) progress on reading passages and reports it back to teachers and their students. From the progress page on the menu bar, teachers can view charts that track student progress, performance on questions, and aggregate class performance statistics. Watch the video or review the FAQ page for more information.

is the Director of Technology Integration for the New Prague (MN) Area Schools. In 1996, he began teaching middle school technology education. He has been sharing technology integration strategies since 2005.

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