Intuitive Widgets for Reteaching

Know exactly what concepts students missed, to focus on in review

Reteach Reports

Everything You Need, At a Glance

No need to analyze data and crunch numbers when we have everything you need to inform future instruction, in an intuitive little package.

These score reports are located on your dashboard to tell you...

  • Which core concepts need to be retaught

  • How students averaged overall

  • How many and who aced, passed, or didn't pass

  • How many and which students turned it in

  • How many students retried the assignment

Quickly Find Out Who

Click on any of the vertical or horizontal bars to get a list of students that fall under that criteria, along with a few helpful details.

Here, you can find assignments coming due, as well assignments without a due date

See which of your classes the assignment is for

If you want to change any options, click on the text to go to the assignment itself

Click this bar to see who turned it in so far

...as well as who didn't

Lastly, click on the article name to open up a quick preview

You can see how well students did on recent assignments at a glance!

See the average score of all your students

See how many students understood the article

Click a bar below to see students who got it, didn't get it, or aced it

See how many students turned it in

You can click this one too

See what percentage of students understood a concept so you can review in future lessons

All of this allows students to achieve significant learning gains, higher student self-efficacy, and a clearer understanding of core concepts

Next up, rosters!

Are you ready to start entering your rosters? It's easy as pie!

Now, you can start assigning articles!

Penguin Takes Flight

We've made things a little cooler for you with the launch of our newest version of RocketLit,
code-named Penguin.


Don't worry. You and your students will have the same great experience, just a little prettier and with a few optional extras!


What's Better?

  • Awesome New Design

  • Updated Teacher Dashboard

  • Open Book Quizzes

  • Shareable School-Wide Reports

  • Updated Quiz Layout

  • Redesigned Rosters

  • Students can retry quizzes from their Dashboard

  • Students see Vocab mastery lists on their Dashboard

  • Changeable Usernames for Students

  • Tours Like This


Invite Fellow Teachers

Other teachers from your school can join you by using this add code

0000-

Or just give them this sign up link



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Sample Recent Scores

  • MOVE IT!

    motion, speed, distance, velocity
    86%
    Average
    9
    15
    5
    21%
    retried
    24/48  Completed
    9
    15
    5
    21% retried

    MOVE IT!

    motion, speed, distance, velocity
    86%
    Average
    24/48  Completed
    • 92%

      speed

      22 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%

      motion

      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 75%

      distance

      18 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 58%

      velocity

      14 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 92%
      speed
      22 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%
      motion
      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 75%
      distance
      18 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 58%
      velocity
      14 of 24 students scored proficient
    view full report
  • Babysitting Rocks

    balanced, rest, net force, inertia
    74%
    Average
    1
    22
    5
    43%
    retried
    28/48  Completed
    1
    22
    5
    43% retried

    Babysitting Rocks

    balanced, rest, net force, inertia
    74%
    Average
    28/48  Completed
    • 68%

      inertia

      19 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 29%

      rest

      8 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 96%

      balanced

      27 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 75%

      net force

      21 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 68%
      inertia
      19 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 29%
      rest
      8 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 96%
      balanced
      27 of 28 students scored proficient
    • 75%
      net force
      21 of 28 students scored proficient
    view full report
  • Keep it Moving

    unbalanced, equilibrium, constant velocity, acceleration
    74%
    Average
    2
    17
    5
    71%
    retried
    24/48  Completed
    2
    17
    5
    71% retried

    Keep it Moving

    unbalanced, equilibrium, constant velocity, acceleration
    74%
    Average
    24/48  Completed
    • 50%

      unbalanced

      12 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%

      equilibrium

      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 96%

      constant velocity

      23 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%

      acceleration

      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 50%
      unbalanced
      12 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%
      equilibrium
      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 96%
      constant velocity
      23 of 24 students scored proficient
    • 100%
      acceleration
      24 of 24 students scored proficient
    view full report
Joanne Salustri
7th & 8th Grade
Science

It’s a resource students have been motivated to read because the articles are interesting and well-written. It is rewarding to see that after reading the articles and taking the free response questions, they do understand the concepts.

St. Patrick's School
Huntington, NY
Corbin Rice
6th Grade Science

The platform’s ease of use and intuitive design drew me in, but the differentiation piece is really the seller. I can look up a million articles on everything on my own, but the website already does it all for me.

Northeast Middle School
Minneapolis, MN
Beth Donoghue
6th Grade Science
& Social Studies

Finding leveled reading resources with the same concepts had been a struggle, so I love how RocketLit articles are leveled for individual reading levels, but still have common examples and vocabulary we could discuss as a class.

Chippewa Middle School
Des Plaines, IL
Chad Ledune
Middle School Science

Even my most gifted students have voiced their opinions on how challenging RocketLit is. Which, as a teacher, is something that I appreciate about the product. Many of my students are reading at the 11-12th grade level.

Sullivan Middle School
St. Carlisle, IN