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Sally Norton-Darr

Choosito! - Home - 0 views

Christopher Bugaj

Use of Text-to-speech Software to Improve Reading Skills of High School Struggling Readers - 0 views

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    Evidence suggests that using text to speech helps students improve reading skills
Sally Norton-Darr

Unite for Literacy library - 0 views

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    Narrated original, non-fiction picture books support beginning readers of all ages. Features include predictable, rhythmic language; images with clear, familiar subjects; and text that ranges from one word up to a few sentences per page.
Christopher Bugaj

Screen Shader - Chrome Web Store - 0 views

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    Shades Chrome to a soothing orange color to decrease eye-strain, eye fatigue and to appease your brain's day/night cycle.

    Useful to help readers who prefer to read with a colored overlay.
Judith Schoonover

AEM: Home - 0 views

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    "Welcome to the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials. We provide resources and technical assistance for educators, parents, students, publishers, conversion houses, accessible media producers, and others interested in learning more about AEM and implementing AEM and the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS)."
Christopher Bugaj

http://media.wizards.com/2015/podcasts/dnd/DnDPodcast_10_02_2015.mp3 - 0 views

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    PODCAST
    D&D IN THE CLASSROOM
    D&D Podcasts
    - 02/10/2015
    Learn how a Texas high school teacher is changing education through the power of D&D!

    Kade Wells is a teacher in the Houston, TX area and he uses Dungeons & Dragons in his 9th grade classroom to teach writing, reading and critical thinking skills in his language arts classes. He presented his technique at the World Literacy Conference this summer in Austria, reporting on how using D&D improved his student's scores across the board. Listen to learn how Kade is changing education through the power of D&D!
Stacy McBain

Lightspeed Systems - Web Access - 0 views

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    mackinvia library resources.
Christopher Bugaj

Using the Speak text-to-speech feature - Office Support - 0 views

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    How to enable text to speech in MS Word
Christopher Bugaj

All Hallow's Read - 0 views

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    Give someone a scary book for Halloween.
Sally Norton-Darr

Obe Hostetter, ITRT in RCPS - Home - 0 views

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    collection of ITRT treasures and searchable resources SOL
Christopher Bugaj

Read&Write for Google Chrome Tutorials - YouTube - 0 views

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    Playlist of video related to Read&Write for Google Chrome
Christopher Bugaj

Chrome Supports as AT | Mike Marotta, ATP - 0 views

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    Mike Marotta's website detailing many websites with Chrome apps and extensions useful for providing more options for students.
Christopher Bugaj

Read&Write for Google Chrome™ - Support for Google Docs - YouTube - 1 views

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    A quick tutorial of the features .
Christopher Bugaj

LearnNowBC - 1 views

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    Bailey's Book House, Trudy's Time and Place, Millie's Math House, and Sammy's Science House online, for free.
Sally Norton-Darr

Exemplar Text Supports UNC Tar Heel - 0 views

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    "finding materials that link directly to the grade level content, but are written at a level that is accessible. "
Judith Schoonover

Unite for Literacy library - 1 views

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    Original, non-fiction picture books support beginning readers of all ages. Features include predictable, rhythmic language; images with clear, familiar subjects; and text that ranges from one word up to a few sentences per page. These original English texts, created and narrated by a team of contributors, can be listened to in multiple languages, on any device. The intent is to eventually support the 300 languages spoken in American homes.
Judith Schoonover

Oklahoma PLD Activities - 2 views

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    "OATC Staff created these materials as examples of modified curriculum and evaluation tools which can directly support teaching activities related to the Curriculum Access Resource Guide Alternate (CARG-A) and the Oklahoma Alternate Assessment Program Portfolio (OAAP).  Using these materials does not guarantee a passing score on the OAAP.  Each teacher should evaluate these materials and make necessary adjustments to insure they are appropriate to the learning needs of individual students."
Christopher Bugaj

Tales, Truths, and Titles - 1 views

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    Blog of the reading teacher at Loudoun Valley High School
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