Using Assistive Technology for Your Struggling Readers

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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

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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. 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. Make Magazine —filled with DIY technology projects and inspiration. Thingiverse —a library of 3D designs. Facebook or Twitter.