Using artificial intelligence, Stackup knows when students are reading & engaged. Discover reading habits, including utilization of any website like Wikipedia, Nasa, and paid resources.
Reading Level Metrics
Measure the reading level of every article on the web. The dashboard shows the avg. reading level that classrooms & students access.
Digital Citizenship Refined
Students are notified if they visit a website that has misleading, fabricated, or distorted news & information. Promote 21st century technology skills.
Passion IQ Portfolio
Award career badges that showcase passion IQ based on what students read. Teachers receive insight, to further support their interests. Perfect for career plans & ICAPS.
HOW IT WORKS
1. Add the Chrome Extension
Stackup’s patent pending technology tracks time when students are actually reading with high accuracy. Stackup also calculates the reading level & subject area of every webpage. Browse the web normally and it knows when you are engaged and reading content.
HOW IT WORKS
2. Track Your Stats
Teachers can assign and monitor reading by grade level, subject area, or website. Students can get credit for completing reading that interests them.
HOW IT WORKS
3. Participate in Challenges
Join your groups reading challenges or start your own. Students can earn badges, rewards, and even compete against classmates! Badges of achievement are issued by subject area, providing important insight into students passion & interest.
THE BEST EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Stackup works on the entire web, but to make things even easier, meet the Stackup Library. The most popular and interesting articles on the web, organized by subject area and reading level from over 300 educational websites. Students have never been more excited to read!
“We use Stackup as a core solution for our district of over 30,000 students. We needed a tool to track and measure reading. We found that we could easily push Stackup to thousands of classrooms and start to gain valuable data about reading habits and important support for kids. Teachers can also see student passions and help foster a love of reading.”
Ben W., Director of Blended Learning, Aurora Public Schools
“I can see exactly who is working and who isn’t, and they love it.”
Jacqueline, Denver Public Schools
“It’s really rewarding because you can see how much you are reading in a subject and you can do better in school.”
“Everyone’s a genius at something, and Stackup has turned the entire web into a place to find & showcase that genius.”
JW Wilson, Neuroscientist
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