Introduction to uPAR
The Universal Protocol for Accommodations in Reading (uPAR) is a repeatable and systematic diagnostic tool designed to give educators empirical evidence about whether a student may benefit from an instructional read-aloud accommodation or not.
In this training, you will learn more about the student uPAR experience including the progression of passages, text-to-speech support, comprehension questions, and feedback.
You will also take a look at the educator dashboard and how to manage students and interpret protocol results to decide on next instructional steps.
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Meet the speakers
Customer Success Executive
Prior to joining the team here at Texthelp, Michelle was an elementary school teacher for just over ten years. She taught fourth and fifth grade in both private and public schools right outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Michelle has a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education and a Masters degree in Moderate Disabilities K-8. Michelle wholeheartedly believes in the power of technology to transform both the teaching and learning experience. She is passionate about creating engaging training sessions with practical classroom applications to empower both students and educators to reach their full potential with Texthelp's tools!