Add a widget to your school website and share reading activity as it happens from the classroom. Widgets are a fun, visual way to display up-to-date information. Keep up with words and books read, see what your students are reading, engage parents, save paper and time.
A widget is a small chunk of HTML code you can add to a website to display students' Renaissance Place data. Customize your widgets using one of the five themes provided to view national, district, or school data.
Add a widget to your school website and share reading activity as it happens from the classroom. Using the five widget themes provided, you can share students' Accelerated Reader activity with staff, students, parents, and the community. Keep up with words and books read, see what your students are reading, engage parents, save paper and time.
Build as many widgets as you like:
Every Accelerated Reader Quiz a student passes counts toward these totals. Also, check out books on which students are quizzing.
Behind the scenes, a widget is just a small snippet of HTML code that is part of a web page. Widgets utilize the Adobe Flash player to provide a visually rich experience for you and your site visitors, pulling data directly from your Renaissance Place database. You or your web team can easily paste widget code on your school website in just a few minutes. Your widget will be 250 pixels wide and 375 pixels high.
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