Fluency Tracker in Numbers

Leveraging the capabilities of Numbers opened access to providing literacy interventions and feedback loop for students efficiently. Setting up a collaborative file, a teacher can easily setup, maintain and provide feedback to students. Learners can access a passage, record their voice and easily graph their progress with pre-formatted charts throughout a week. Duplicating a tab for each new passage creates a portfolio setup with ease. Students and teachers can reflect on progress with audio recordings, visual graphs, and written reflections all within one file.

 

Screenshot of Numbers files showing the spacing for the audio recordings, graph, passage and reflection.
Screenshot of Numbers File
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Posted on October 28, 2023

Nice! Students can visualize their own progress. Also I think adding voice is key. Thanks for sharing this helpful organizational process.

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