Assessment, Data, and Reporting

Gain Visibility into Learning.

iLit provides formative and summative assessment that is embedded, automatic, and organic. Educators can track progress, measure growth, and get immediate insight into learning, not only the application of literacy skills, but also fluency with reading and writing.


Assessment Types

It’s not just about taking a test and moving up a grade level. Students gradually increase their capacity to read and write and use technology-enhanced activities and digital and print resources that will prepare them for success in college and careers.

Observational
Reading Conferencing
Classroom Conversation
Interest Inventory
Whole Class
Knowledge Checks
Performance Based
Critical Response and Summary Writing
Paragraph and Essay Scoring
Oral Fluency Scoring
Projects and Performance Tasks
Objective
Skills-based Assignments
Word Study Readers
Grammar Study Plan
Phonics
Vocabulary Study Plan
Nonfiction Interactive Readers
Spelling Study Plan
Reading Checkpoints
Norm-Referenced
GRADE™

Actionable Data and Reporting

Track progress with a live view of school performance.
Quickly identify class-wide skills gaps.
Use GRADE™ to screen, place, and then measure progress in fluency, word study, vocabulary and writing over time.
Track student progress and measure growth across critical reading and ELA skills.