Have you seen Achieve3000’s new look? Read this post for details and helpful resources to catch up!
When teachers log into Achieve3000 with the start of the new school year, they may be surprised at the service’s new look. The designers at Achieve have rolled out improvements that will ease the user interface, provide richer data, and make grading more efficient. Here’s a breakdown:
- The user interface is new. A left sidebar provides access to the functions you knew from before. Check out this pdf or watch the video above for a tour. It’s pretty easy once you get the basic layout.
- Data for students now includes percentile ranks.
- “The Achieve3000 Hub” is a new location for online PD and tips.
- More state test prep material has been added.
- Easier grading of Thought Questions in the system results in fewer clicks.
This document discusses all of the updates.
Struggling readers get a lifeline with FluencyTutor!
Thanks to Arbor Hills’ Tony Cutway for this resource introduction!
What is it?
Fluency Tutor for Google is a website and Google Chrome Extension that makes reading aloud more fun and satisfying for students who need extra support. It’s a big help for struggling and reluctant readers, as well as students learning English as a second language.
How can I use it?
Fluency Tutor for Google lets students record themselves reading and share with the teacher – away from the pressures of reading aloud in the classroom environment.
Who’s using it?
Check out these teachers that know and use FluencyTutor in your school. Ask them for help!
At Arbor Hills, Tony Cutway
Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out Paige Wyatt’s Tutorial on setting up Fluency Tutor!
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YouTube Playlist of Helpful Tutorials