A social place for readers in your school to make reading visible and exciting. As students see what their friends are reading- the chatter begins about what was read, what they thought about it, their posts with video and text reviews, which books they are happy to give away. As friends support friends to read, teachers and parents can observe, comment, annotate, participate and feedback to reflect and demonstrate opinion, creativity, comprehension and skills taught in class.Learn how this benefits your school
Browzly is a recommendation engine, an AI driven discovery tool for personalized book recommendations matched to your student’s interest, age and ability to handle text complexity.This tool is dynamic and updates automatically as the child reads and improves, taking out the need to constantly test & assess reading levels. Use the search feature here to find books for topics!Learn how this benefits your school
Teachers can create posts with multimedia resources with pdf, videos or images and a call to action of what you wish your students to do. Use this feature to post a class activity, a question, a learning resource or even a competition!Learn how this benefits your school
Add books you physically have at home to give to your school friends in a swap or a sale, to give and get a wider variety to read in class and at home. Build values of sharing, reusing, negotiation and collaboration in your students and wider school communityLearn how this benefits your school
Schools may upload their selected library shortlists on Browzly. Members will see a filtered list of those books from the library that are most suited for them or their year group. Contact your school to upload their library on Browzly and make your school library personalised and accessible as per your needs- uploading libraries on Browzly is quick, easy and very affordableLearn how this benefits your school
Students take pride in their reading and create a chronological record of all the books they read. Reader profiles are visible to students, teachers and own parents.
Student reports track reading practice,progress on reading levels of texts read as Lexile® text measures and recommended reading range. These are visible to verified teachers with signed up students. Register on the Browzly app and login as a verified teacher to view these.
This summer break, Browzly helped Haneya in figuring out which genres most students were reading. So, whenever she would run out of ideas for the next book to read, she would look at which books others are reading and then read that book herself as well. She also enjoyed reading book reviews by her friends on Browzly.
Apps like Browzly provide the ideal platform for children to share and promote their favourite books.
As principal of Dubai British School, I am very proud of the collaboration that has taken place over the past 18 months with Browzly. Bhavna Mishra founder of this hugely innovative app, has worked tirelessly to develop and refine a product which is unique. Reading for pleasure is central to the curriculum at DBS, our ethos is one where enjoyment is key to learning. Browzly creates opportunities for connecting students through written and video book reviews, participation in summer reading challenges and sharing of the love of a thoroughly good book.
I have immensely enjoyed participating in the Browzly summer reading challenge for the past three years. When I join the competition, I don't really think about how many books I am reading, I just read! Then after a while I see other children reading different types of books and it makes me very happy and motivates me to read even more.
I liked using Browzly app in the holidays with my mum, it’s fun to scan the books and see what other kids are reading too.
Isha developed the habit of enacting monologues from some of her favorite books, thereby improving her vocabulary and presentation skills. Browzly was an icing on the cake since she was excited more by the idea of being able to do book reviews which would motivate other children to read. Browzly has helped her challenge herself to raise the bar by reading more and more…
I am lucky that my teachers at school allow me to read all kinds of book – even though sometimes they are meant for older children. I was excited when my mother told me that we could record my reviews for Browzly. I now record the review of almost every book I read.