Ready to get started in myON? This video is the first in our myON mini tutorial series. It will show you everything you need to know to get your students up and running. Included in this tutorial is a quick overview of student's first log in, an explanation of Lexile® assessments, tips on finding the right books, and promoting student ownership of reading.
This video is the third in our myON mini tutorial series. Here you will learn everything you need to know about creating and using book sets in myON. Book sets can be an important tool in curriculum and instruction, whether you want to provide additional support texts, highlight important topics, assign appropriate reading content to students, or support school-wide reading initiatives. How will you use book sets with your students?
Our second video in the myON mini tutorial series will teach you everything you need to know about creating and using groups. In myON, groups are not mandatory, but they can be a very useful tool for teachers. You can set up groups to manage your roster, look at data, modify reader options, or assign book sets.
The fourth video in our ongoing tutorial series focuses on reports and data. In this mini tutorial, you will learn what type of data is collected in myON, the different ways you can access this data, how to run a basic report, and a close look at some special reports and how they are used.
The fifth video in our ongoing tutorial series focuses on the new Literacy Toolkit. Released in November, 2014 the embedded literacy tools are designed to support support the interaction and engagement of text. This mini-tutorial will help you understand how users can access the various reading tools to improve their understanding of text.