As students first learned to read they had time to practice their oral reading fluency skills. Teachers modeled good oral reading and it was easy to ensure students' practice was effective when they read aloud.
Now that students need to make the transition from learning-to-read to reading-to-learn, how do teachers model silent reading and ensure effective independent practice?
The WIN system uses 21st century technology to provide a window into students' independent silent reading, allowing teachers to monitor their practice, ability, and progress as never before.
More importantly, the WIN system models effective silent reading, creating independent proficient readers ready to meet the demands of upper grades.