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Students & Educators
Lucy Kosturko 0
Elementary Spotlight: Reading

In and around 3rd grade, students make a significant transition: rather than learning to read, they begin reading to learn. That transition has classroom implications as well: instead of teaching students how to read, we instead expect them to use their (assumed) reading skills to acquire new information on their own (e.g., reading

Students & Educators
Lucy Kosturko 0
Best of 2014

As we wrap up 2014, we take a look back at a fabulous year here at Curriculum Pathways. This year brought record registrations, skyrocketing student usage, and continued creativity in resource/app integration. Of our 1,250+ (free!) resources, here are this year's most loved. Top 3 Resources 1. Algebra 1. Explore video and

Students & Educators
Lucy Kosturko 0
Getting Started with Reading Records

Reading Records is your solution for conducting running records of reading. With its many time-saving features and tools for individualizing reading instruction, what are you waiting for? Get started today using these four simple steps. Get more information about creating your free Curriculum Pathways account. Have a suggestion for our next release?

Students & Educators
Lucy Kosturko 0
Reading Records just got better!

Since our initial release, we've talked with teachers and reading specialists from across the country about ways to improve Reading Records, our popular, cross-platform solution to running records of reading. The overall consensus: “Wow, this is great, but we want more!” So, here’s what you can expect from the latest

Students & Educators
Lucy Kosturko 0
Fresh out of the Oven: Reading Records!

Running records of students’ reading are considered a valuable source of data for reading instruction, but also a significant time sink and generally tricky to administer. Reading Records is an anytime, anywhere solution that promises to yield the same valuable data without compromising precious class time (while providing several enhancements to the old paper-and-pencil method).