Extending the School Day with myON

To develop and improve their literacy skills, learners need time to practice reading with books that are at their level, meet their interests and are available anytime they want or need to read. Often, this additional practice time occurs outside of the school day ­­­— before or after school, over the weekends and during school breaks, including summer. Here are some of the key ways myON supports extended learning.   



 


Learners have unlimited access to a virtual bookshelf of just-right books, available wherever and whenever they log in — at school, in a community-based after-school program, at the library or at home.


Learners can read books offline that they have previously downloaded to mobile devices. Reading data and bookmarks sync when they log back into their myON accounts online.


 


 


Learners can read independently, even when an educator or other assistance is not immediately available, using flexible scaffolds and literacy tools.


Learners can read with their families and share the activity records and reading data available from their dashboards, strengthening the connection between families, homes and schools.


 


Resources & Support


Program planning and staff development


Resources for program staff enable the development and deployment of customized implementation plans that meet specific needs and goals of each program and the learners served.


Our Professional Services Team provides initial and ongoing support designed to help you meet and exceed your program goals.


Outreach and awareness


Robust communications build excitement, interest and engagement among students, families and other supportive adults. Sharing information about your implementation through media is an effective strategy as shown in the examples below from the Hillsborough County, Florida Read on myON initiative. 


Materials and suggested activities


From after-school programs that provide in-school support between 3 and 5 pm, to community-based programs in Housing Authorities, Y’s, Boys & Girls Clubs, local public libraries and more, myON provides materials, strategies and support to program staff to help ensure successful outcomes for all. Here’s a sampling of resources that have been designed for use anywhere students are engaged in a program that supports their literacy and learning.


Our Educator Resources website contains guides, video tutorials, activities and other resources for teachers and out-of-school program staff. (Note: access to site requires a subscriber password.)  Additional help articles tailored for specific user groups are available on our Support website.


Partner with myON  


From planning through implementation and reporting, myON is a reliable and respected partner for out of school learning. 


See how myON supports Title I and 21st CCLC programs.


For information or a no-cost demonstration for your extended learning program, please complete this form and your myON representative will contact you shortly.