Progress Monitoring

Educators require tools to help identify areas of concern and adjust instructional strategies to better meet each learner's needs. Progress monitoring is a practice that helps teachers use student performance data to continually evaluate the effectiveness of their teaching and make more informed instructional decisions.

 

AKCAM has compiled a hub of resources for use both in the classroom and at home. Feel free to browse the links below in order to find what best works for your learner. 

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   Varied Topics and Reading Levels

Students can take a placement pre-test and be assigned articles and reading material based on that assessment. Progress is monitored and new articles are assigned based performance.

Allows users to assign leveled reading passages and questions.

Provides free reading passages and other literacy resources. Progress is monitored on reading and writing skills.

Includes eBooks, StepReads, and ELL collections. A great online alternative for struggling readers. Article-A-Day is a fun component of this program which incorporate writing practice.

Provides a "wonder of the day," and allows for exploration. a fun, varied approach to new topics.

 

      Online Book Options

A collection of reading material that includes eBooks, audio-books, and read-to-me options. This program also includes interactive videos and quizzes. 

An online library of accessible books for learners with print disabilities including visual impairments, dyslexia, and cerebral palsy.

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Early Assessment

This website provides 10 free high-interest reading tests for students grades 5-9.

This dyslexic teacher has created a free online reading comprehension test for learners of all ages!

Resources on this page are provided by educators and families from around the world.

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