Open Court Reading Online Assessment gives you the power to individualize Open Court Reading instruction to match the performance level of each student. Workshop time becomes more productive by allowing you to: Assemble dynamic groups Identify students who need intervention, reteaching, or an additional challenge Assign specific activities designed to meet these instructional needs With Open Court Reading Online Assessment, you can administer tests on paper or on the computer -- or use a combination of the two. Assessment questions are correlated to state standards to better gauge students' readiness for high-stakes tests. Real-time assessment information can be: Sorted and viewed in a variety of ways Retrieved from the Lesson, Unit, and Program structures of Open Court Reading Tracked over time at the student, class, building, and district levels Maintained from year to year and building to building With Open Court Reading Online Assessment, child-specific diagnostic performance data and teaching strategies are always at your fingertips. Features: Internet delivery platform offers tremendous flexibility in reporting and assessment with low cost of entry. Automatic Scoring of multiple-choice questions saves you valuable time. Correlations to state standards gauges students' readiness for proficiency tests. Establish flexible grouping for Workshop on a skill-by-skill basis. Support differentiated instruction through suggested activities tied to skill level. Available for both Open Court Reading 2000 and 2002 editions.
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