ACCELERATED READER WIDGETS BY DISTRICT AND EACH GRADE LEVEL (Data is updated every 10 minutes)

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Accelerated Reader Resources For Parents and Teachers

Resource Description
Book Level, Interest Level, Points, and Student Reading Level Explains the key measurements that enable you to guide students to appropriate books.
Classroom Practices—The 10 Most Important Lists the recommended 10 key practices to help ensure reading success for all students.
Classroom Practices—For Primary Grades Tips to help with your Accelerated Reader implementation in the early grades.
Classroom Practices—For Upper Grades Tips for middle school and high school implementation of Accelerated Reader.
Goal Setting Best Practices Explains ZPD and reading practice goals, describes the goal-setting process, and provides best practices for adjusting goals.
Labeling Books for Accelerated Reader: Tips for Librarians Offers librarians practical suggestions for labeling their library books for use with Accelerated Reader.
Points in Accelerated Reader Explains how points measure reading practice.
Scheduling Reading Practice Time Provides strategies for finding time for daily reading practice in all grades.
Status of the Class Explains how to effectively monitor every student’s reading progress through brief daily conferences; provides teacher routines and sample questions.
Strategies for Motivating Your Readers Lists strategies for getting and keeping students interested, acknowledging success, and involving the community.
Student Experience Video *NEW* A walk-through of what independent readers will experience in the software (4:23, no audio).
Primary Student Experience Video *NEW* A walk-through of what early readers will experience in the software (4:59, no audio).