The Common Core has arrived and ELA teachers are scrambling to find the resources they need.
Quite often teachers and schools are being required to meet the requirements of the Common Core with a limited budget and a limited library. Many current libraries are heavy in literature but are lacking the essential common core focused readings in nonfiction. Other problems arise like sharing and distributing the limited number of books amongst the students arise.
Snap is an incredible resource for teachers in need of access to a leveled library to meet the differentiated instruction of students at various reading levels, and address the requirements of the Common Core. Snap! is affordable and provides an solution of for the teacher to distribute and monitor readings easily to students and differentiate instruction.
Wired Educator was able to take Snap! on a test drive and we loved it.
With Snap! teachers are able to offer their students additional access to reading materials and interactive books to help them with their reading while providing the teacher with valuable data to better assist and add value to each student’s learning.
The Snap! Digital Reading Program is a set of interactive books that have been leveled to help teachers meet the requirements in the Common Core Standards. The Snap! Digital Reading program can be viewed on the iPad, Kindle Fire, Android tablets, computers, interactive white boards, and teachers even have the option to print PDF copies.
The books in the program assist teachers and their students