In-class reading, assigned reading for homework, research, and quizzes.
I struggled to find a digital platform that allowed me to uniformly create reading analysis content.
I used Google Forms as well as Achieve 3000 and NewsELA.
Actively Learn has allowed me to create complex questions addressing depth of knowledge analysis within my curriculum's readings (not outside of it). Student receive immediate feedback and are encouraged to evaluate the questioning process as a means to developing the complexity of their answers.
I use Actively Learn for ALL of my nonfiction and short fiction reading, aligning the questions to a questioning template for consistency. Students also use the notes they take to write essays. Additionally, in the EL classes, I use Actively Learn for listening practice and feedback.What advice would you have for teachers who are new to Actively Learn? *Create a questioning template and take the time to develop GOOD analytical multiple choice questions. You really only want to grade 1 or 2 short responses per reading, otherwise the grading will be overwhelming and the students' responses will be less developed.