Understanding the Student Experience

Understanding the Student Experience

LevelUp provides teachers with powerful tools to help their students grow into full-fledged readers. To get the most out of LevelUp, it helps to first understand how students experience the platform.

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    • Student Reports

      On the main Reports page, scroll to the Class Activity table and click a student's name. This opens a detailed report for the student. The Reading Level Progress graph plots the student's scores on intake and progress monitoring assessments over ...
    • Understanding by Design (UbD)

      Background: Understanding by Design (UbD) is intended to be an interconnected, backwards-design approach to planning UNITS of lessons versus discrete independent lessons in and of themselves. That being said, the UbD approach allows a teacher to ...
    • Parent and Student Materials

      Choose from out introductory LevelUp parent letter, available in English and Spanish, and printable student login cards. Click a link below to open a shareable PDF.
    • My Classroom

      My Classroom is your student hub in LevelUp. Here, you can monitor your students’ progress and book assignments, grade quizzes, set up groups of students based on reading level, control access to LevelUp Land, customize the reading experience and ...
    • The 5 E's

      Background: Developed in 1987 by the BSCS Science Learning Group, the 5 E’s of science instruction are grounded in historical models of learning by Johann Herbart and John Dewey. They involve five instructional “moves”: engage (accessing learners’ ...