Curriculet for Waterford Reading Academy

Finding a Curriculet

Adding a curriculet to your library will allow you to edit it and assign it to your classroom. To add a curriculet to your library:

  1. Log in to your Waterford Reading Academy account and click on the Curriculet logo below the navigation icons.
  2. Click on Library from the menu bar.
  3. Search for the book you would like to add as a curriculet.
If you are not sure which curriculet you would like to add, use the filters on the left side to browse the full library.
  1. Click on the cover of the book you would like to add.
  2. Select Add to Library. A pop-up window will appear.
  3. Choose Own or Rent from the pop-up window options.
Choose Own if you already have access to copies of the book and would just like to access the curriculet. Choose Rent if you would like to also rent ebook copies for your students.
  1. Click Next and follow the on-screen prompts to finish adding the curriculet to your library.

You can now assign this curriculet to your students through Waterford Reading Academy.

Asssigning a Curriculet

After you have added a curriculet to your library, you can assign it to your class. To assign a curriculet in Waterford Reading Academy to your class:

  1. Log in to your Waterford Reading Academy account and visit the Resources and Activities tab.
  2. Type the name of the curriculet you would like to assign into the search bar.
If you are not sure which curriculet you would like to assign, you can browse by genre and grade level using the Resources and Activities filter.
  1. Click anywhere on the title of the curricult you want. A pop-up window will appear.
  2. Choose Digital or External from the delivery options for your students.
Digital means that your students will use our built-in digital reader to access the book. External means that your students will read the book outside of our system (i.e., through a print or audiobook).
  1. Click Assign to confirm your choices.

Your students will now be able to access this curriculet.

Editing a Curriculet

To edit a curriculet in your library:

  1. Log in to your Waterford Reading Academy account and click on the Curriculet logo below the navigation icons.
  2. You will be able to view a list of books in your library on the homepage. Click on the book title of the curriculet that you would like to edit.
  3. Click Copy for Editing, then select Edit Curriculet.
  4. Adjust the curriculet content or questions as needed.
  5. Click the Curriculet icon at the top of the screen to save your new changes.

Curriculet Reports

Curriculet reports provide insights on your student’s progress with assigned curriculets. To access a report:

  1. Log in to your Waterford Reading Academy account and click on the Curriculet logo below the navigation icons.
  2. Select Data from the menu bar.
  3. Choose the class that you would like to view a report for.

Through the class report, you will be able to access the following information about your students:

  • Total time spent reading
  • Classroom average time spent reading
  • Total words read
  • Number of texts or curriculets completed

Below the class report, you can view the recent assignments and independent reading sections, which display the following information:

  • Independent reading goal progress
  • Recently assigned curriculets

By clicking on the cover of any assigned curriculets, you can view a chapter-by-chapter breakdown of curriculets assigned and the percentage each student has completed. You can also view the percentage of students who have answered assigned multiple-choice questions correctly.

To grade an open-ended question:

  1. Click on a curriculet cover, then select Grade Open Ended Questions.

Scroll to a question answered by a student, then choose Correct or Incorrect.

If you choose Incorrect, you will be prompted to leave a comment. This is not, however, mandatory to finish grading the question.

Searching for a Curriculet (For Students)

Introduction to Curriculet for Students


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