NO annoying questions, NO constant quizzing, NO fill in the blanks when reading, NO badges, NO points...
Do you want to answer "What sentence in the 2nd paragraph best describes the main idea?" Students don't want to either!
Ever surveyed students about what they like best about reading in class? We have, and they want to talk about the text with their classmates.
When students have different knowledge, vocabulary, and skills, the right help can mean the difference between persistence and giving up.
When students read independently, they realize the value of reading, build stamina and skills, and turn into avid readers.
More content, reporting, and flexibility transforms what teachers can do
We have thousands of free resources that can replace your ELA, Science, and Social Studies textbooks.
Use your favorite web articles, Google Docs, and PDFs -- and then embed questions directly into the text.
Teachers can build and share curriculum with colleagues at both their school and their district (like Google Docs).
See students' thinking, measue their effort, and track their growth along standards over time.