The Read 180 program provides teachers with a variety of tools to assist them in their efforts to help students develop the skills necessary to read on and above grade level texts. The resources include: adaptive instructional software, high-interest literature, audio books, anchor videos and paper-based resources. This all encompassing program is utilized to meet the needs of students targeted for intensive reading intervention. The program is designed for grades 3 - 12.
For more information on any of these programs please feel free to contact either of the MSP Coordinators listed on the right hand side of this page. You can also click on the link listed below to read more information on each product.
The Fast ForWord family of reading intervention software products help develop and strengthen memory, attention, processing rate, and sequencing--the cognitive skills essential for learning and reading success. By using Fast ForWord software to develop brain processing efficiency, students learn how to read or to become a better reader. This program is designed for grades K - 12.The FASTT Math intervention program allows students to develop fluency with basic math facts. FASTT Math assesses students to uncover fluency gaps and to establish a baseline of fluency for each student and then automatically differentiates instruction in customized, 10-minute daily sessions. This program is designed for grades 2 and up.
System 44 is a new program from Scholastic. This program is for students who are still having difficulty with basic decoding skills and are not ready to be placed in Read 180. Similar to Read 180, System 44 includes adaptive software, leveled text, teacher and student resources. The program is designed to stand on alone or can be incorporated into an exisiting Read 180 program. The program is designed for grades 3-12.
AIMS Web is an assessment program to identify at risk students. The program provides benchmark/universal screening and progress monitoring assessments for Reading and Math. AIMS Web is an assessment that only takes 5-10 minutes per student to administer. Some subtests are admminstered one-on-one, others are adminstered whole group. The AIMS Web system will identify moderate and at risk students. The program is designed for grades K-8.