Scholastic's ed tech programs go mobile on the iPad

Scholastic announced today at the ISTE conference that personalized learning technology and ebooks for students, dashboards for teachers and, formative assessment tools from Scholastic technology programs will be available on iPad for the 2013-14 school year:
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Scholastic announced today at the ISTE conference that personalized learning technology and ebooks for students, dashboards for teachers and, formative assessment tools from Scholastic technology programs will be available on iPad for the 2013-14 school year:

Scholastic announced today at the ISTE conference that personalized learning technology and ebooks for students, dashboards for teachers and, formative assessment tools from Scholastic technology programs will be available on iPad for the 2013-14 school year: READ 180®, Common Core Code X™, Scholastic Reading Inventory™ and Scholastic Reading Counts! ®.

READ 180is designed for students who are two or more years below grade level in reading and leverages adaptive technology to individualize instruction for students and provide data for differentiation to teachers. 

A comprehensive English language arts curriculum for middle school that was developed with input from the NYC Department of Education, Code X was built to address the rigorous demands of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and promote success for students on the Next Generation assessments.

Scholastic Reading Inventory is a reading assessment program which provides immediate, actionable data on students' reading levels and growth over time. SRI helps educators differentiate instruction, make meaningful interventions, forecast growth toward grade-level state tests, and demonstrate accountability.

Scholastic Reading Counts!is an independent reading program for Grades K–12 which combines reading practice and software-based reading assessment.

For more information about Scholastic Education’s new programs, visit: www.scholastic.com/innovation.

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