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ADDITIONAL RESOURCE:

BEHAVIOR WEBSITES

 

FUNCTIONAL APPS    (Special thanks to Beth Becher and Leslie Glaze from our AT Department)

          Evernote (free) Note taking App.

          Notability – Inexpensive App that will record lecture as student is taking notes!

          Dragon (free) Speech text App that students can dictate content and the App will type.

          Read Out Loud (free in Indiana and Virginia) Will read books and websites.

          TED (free) Amazing lectures/performances from a non-profit foundation. Uses videos for teaching and                                   video modeling  (Peter Norvig)

          Class Dojo (free) App that will monitor student behaviors in the classroom. Students and Parents can monitor progress. Avatars can be personalized.

          Khan Academy (free) App for Math, Social Studies and Science. Over 2000 short videos.

          Educreations: Creates lined paper, graph paper and grids that can be written on and pages added. Great for group projects.

          iMovie – Best App for editing videos. Can use music from App or iTunes.

          Little Storymaker (free) Build a book with audio and pictures. Has autoplay for students that can’t turn pages.

          iWordQ – Powerful talking word processor with word prediction. Will upload to Google Drive.

          QR Code Reader (free) Barcode Scanner, Shopping Assistant and QR Code Reader/Maker. Students can scan directly to websites. Many classroom uses!

          New Annotate+ – Allows you to write on a PDF then save it. Endless classroom possibilities! Perfect for students who fatigue easily or who have writing difficulties. Worksheets can be accessed from teacher’s computer.

          Quizzlet and A+ Flashcards (free) Make your own flashcards or use ones already made in a variety of categories!

 

PEER AWARENESS LETTERS (Special thanks to Erin Diefendorf and Kristie Lofland)

Letter to teacher 

Letter to parent

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