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Using Assistive Technology for Your Struggling Readers

Assistive technology, especially audiobooks, provide both multisensory reading and writing experiences and enhance word recognition. Assistive technology is a means to bridge the gap for students who have a print disability and have not yet mastered reading independently on grade level.

How to ReMake Your Classroom and Inspire Hands-On Learning in the New Year


Over the past decade, Making has transformed education with its emphasis on innovation, collaboration, and hands-on problem solving. EdSurge has shared these educators' stories—as well as those of students who tinker and take risks, build confidence and develop resilience. No longer confined to a corner space in the back of the library, Making activities are finding their way into lessons on history and biology, literature and language. Thingiverse —a library of 3D designs.