Learn to use Books That Grow like a pro with the short videos below:

 

For Teachers

Creating student accounts and classrooms

  • Hot to create classrooms and reading groups
  • How to assign students to specific classrooms
  • How to onboard students
  • How to monitor classroom progress

For Teachers

Scaffolding for students with special needs

  • How to increase or decrease the reading level
  • How to access read-aloud / speech-to-text
  • How to set reading levels for specific classes or students

For Teachers

Setting Student Reading Levels

  • How to set specific reading levels for each student
  • How to increase or decrease text complexity for each student
  • How to give or take away the ability for students to set their own reading level
  • How to set reading levels for an entire class

For Teachers

Monitoring Student Progress

  • How to review classroom reading progress
  • How to view individual student progress
  • How to view quiz results
  • How to view students notes, highlights, and annotations
  • How to adjust student reading levels

For Teachers

In Text Reading and Annotation Tools for Crtical Thinking

  • How to annotate text
  • How to apply literary device tags
  • How to view students notes, highlights, and annotations
  • How to have text read aloud
  • How to use the built in dictionary

For Teachers

Accessing Standards-Alinged Lesson Plans and Reports

  • Where to find standard alinged lesson plans in Books That Grow
  • How to view student progress of specific standards
  • How to view students quiz results, as well as their notes, hightlights, and annotations

For Teachers

How to use Books That Grow for Guided Reading, small groups, and workshops

  • Teachers can ‘drive’ or ‘guide’
  • Independent reading library for students
  • Differentiate for SpED and ESL without sacrifcing rigor