Published on November 3, 2023 by Brian Dvorak

Reading Progress is an amazing digital tool that can used by students to practice and improve reading fluency. As part of Class Teams assignments, Reading Progress has been growing and developing into a robust tool that can also check for comprehension and reading expression. One of the challenges with using Reading Progress in the classroom has been the background noise that can occur within a student’s reading recording.

To address this, Microsoft has added in a background noise suppression tool. In addition to this exciting new feature, they have added the ability to turn off the auto-detect review tool and review it manually, if desired. There is also now quick links to summary data within each student’s assignment results.

Wondering how this works? We thought you might. Therefore, we asked the EdTech Evangelist himself to create a quick video tutorial of these new features. Check it out below…

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