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Readlee uses the latest in Read Aloud AI to give educators actionable insights for all their readers.
"Readlee lets me see exactly how much students read and where they struggled. It's a total game changer."
"Readlee saves me time and gives me better data. With 108 students, there was not enough time to sit and listen to every student read."
"Immediately using Readlee, students wanted to improve and I knew it was a good choice."
Empower students to authentically practice all four domains (reading, writing, listening, speaking) with individualized scaffolds to meet each student where they are
Flip the class. Know if students have read before they arrive. In class, run small groups reading the content of the day aloud
Foster a confidence and love of reading with physical books or online reading. Always know the quality and quantity of practice to celebrate growing reading habits
Have no doubt about the quality and quantify of student reading practice regardless of the circumstance
Seamlessly create targeted support for Response to Intervention & Individualized Education Programs. Set RTI and/or IEP goals and easily progress monitor development
Give that extra support students need by providing that extra practice time
25% of US Public school students speak another language at home. Readlee’s assets-based approach enables teachers to support ELL students by seamlessly targeting their needs
Readlee was developed by Master Teachers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
The world's leading experts on the science of reading provided ongoing insights into the development of the platform. Every feature is grounded in the latest science of reading.
Using a tool like Readlee to collect the data not only saves hours of time, but also allows teachers to easily store and share key data, such as fluency (words correct per minute), total time read and the recording of the reading. Reading Skills
Use data, student choice and routines to set up literacy centers you can use all year long to foster reading growth.Using Readlee
15 minutes of reading a day improves reading skills for readers of all ages.Using Readlee
"Readlee gave [students] more confidence with reading, made reading high interest and the data collected was good and immediate information.”Teacher Spotlight