School Administrators can import articles via web links, PDFs, or Google Docs to the Rosen-LightSail platform to supplement the existing Rosen-LightSail content and address curriculum needs.
School Administrators can create assignments, such as common baseline and benchmark assessments, using the Content Builder’s multiple choice, short response, extended response, and true/false assessment tools. They can also upload Google Doc assessments with Google Classroom integration.
School Administrators can customize existing Rosen-LightSail assessments to meet their needs in addition to creating their own multiple choice, short response, extended response, poll, and fill-in-the-blank questions, which appear as students read a text.
School Administrators can use or edit preset Rosen-LightSail rubrics or upload their own rubrics in order to track student progress over time. In the Results feature, they can view results at the school, grade, teacher, class, and student level broken down by rubric area.
School Administrators can share content with teachers based on custom criteria and assign due date ranges for teachers to complete common assessments.
Monitor how teachers organize their assignments, core texts, and supplemental texts into units, complete with essential questions.
School Administrators can monitor how teachers grade assignments and provide feedback to students.
School Administrators can sort and filter results at the teacher, class, and student level to gauge students’ literacy growth based on a myriad of custom criteria, broken down by skill levels such as claim, evidence, or analysis, or by demographics and teacher criteria, such as IEP students, ELL students, first year teachers, or teacher improvement plans.
School Administrators can use Rosen-LightSail’s preset standards-aligned rubrics or attach their own standards to rubrics and questions in order to track student progress by standard over time.
School Administrators can create custom groups of students in order to assign targeted texts and assignments and easily track literacy progress.
School Administrators can support teachers in incorporating reading strategies through color-coded thoughts and an embedded coding key. They have access to data regarding how teachers and students use the thoughts and coding features.
School Administrators can add links or media to supplement both texts and assignments in order to support multiple learning styles and deepen students’ understanding of the text.
School Administrators can hide text in order to control the content students see or support teachers with teaching different literacy skills such as prediction.