All the analytics you need

Take the busy work out of tracking and assessing oral reading progress. With the ability to allow students to record their own reading and share with you, there’s no need to change your ways of working should you have to revert back to remote learning. You’ll get an accurate picture, over time of how each student in your class is progressing in oral reading fluency, making reporting time easier and consistent across each student and class.

Image showing the teacher dashboard in Fluency Tutor

Customized reading passages for your students

Laptop screen showing Fluency Tutor dashboard

Fluency Tutor makes it easy for you to tailor reading instruction and assessment to the needs of your students and the curriculum. Premium access grants you the ability to convert online content such as websites and Google docs into Fluency Tutor passages for your students to practice reading aloud. You can also set comprehension questions, giving you a complete picture of how well your students are reading and understanding the curriculum.

Get premium access for your school

"These tools are really important pieces in our local assessment system." Quote from Jim Monti, West Warwick Public School, NJ

Top five reasons to upgrade 

 

1. Detailed analytics on student reading progress

Consistency is key. Whether inside or outside of the classroom, you can track each student’s reading progress in exactly the same way. With the ability to allow students to record reading aloud, there’s no need to change your ways of working should you have to revert back to remote learning. You’ll get an accurate picture, over time of how each student in your class is progressing. This makes reporting time easier and consistent across each student and class.
 
Female teacher teaching remotely with laptop and headset

2. Saving teacher time

You no longer have to call students to your desk one at a time and have them read aloud while you score them. Fluency Tutor is great for reluctant students. It gives you an accurate picture of how they read, that’s not affected by their confidence to read aloud in front of their peers. 

Male teacher teaching remotely with laptop

3. Feedback right where it’s needed

Fluency Tutor’s ability to provide feedback to students on their progress means that valuable time isn’t wasted waiting to close the feedback loop. Students and teachers no longer have to wait for report card time to see how they’re progressing with reading fluency. Students record themselves reading aloud and send it to you. You can then grade their reading and then provide some recorded feedback right back. 

Male student working with laptop and headset

4. Identifying struggling readers

Sometimes it’s tough to understand where a student might be struggling. Are they simply embarrassed to read in front of their peers, or are there  deeper, more serious issues? Fluency Tutor helps you to identify where reading interventions are required for those students displaying delays in the development of their reading skills.

Image of a student learning on a laptop with a headset

5. Assess reading comprehension

The great thing about Fluency Tutor is that whilst you can hear your students reading aloud in an environment that makes them feel confident and comfortable, you can also assess what they’ve learned while reading. Fluency Tutor gives you the ability to set comprehension questions based on the passage your student has just read. So not only can you assess their oral reading fluency, you can also assess their comprehension, all in the same place. 

Image of young female student at a home desk with headphones