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Cynthia Feist

Free Online Learning at GCFLearnFree - 4 views

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    Awesome collection of math, money, and functional life skills training videos and lessons.
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    Goodwill videos and interactives on ADL.  Money, computer basics, career skills, transition, money skills, basic math
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    GCFLearnFree.org offers over 60 interactive tutorials on the topics of everyday life, math & money, work & career, and computer training. Using text, audio, rollover, drag and drop, and clickable features, participants navigate through scenarios necessary for success in the world outside of the classroom.
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    The resource is now featured on the LCPS website as well - http://www.loudoun.k12.va.us/Page/102344
David Holt

AIM-VA - 0 views

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    Accessible instructional materials
David Holt

CAST: Home - 0 views

shared by David Holt on 13 Mar 12 - Cached
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    Center for Applied Special Technology offers significant information on UDL such as research & development with UDL, professional development, products resources and publications. NOTE: CAST is the curator of the UDL framework
Hannah Moffitt

What are the F1 through F12 keys? - 0 views

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    How to use function keys as computer shortcuts
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Excel Workbook Files to Download at Internet 4 Classrooms - 1 views

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    This site provides wonderful tutorials in using Excel in the classroom
David Holt

iTunes U - 0 views

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    Learn anything, anytime, anywhere.

    iTunes U - a powerful distribution system for everything from lectures to language lessons, films to labs, audiobooks to tours - is an innovative way to get educational content into the hands of students.
Christopher Bugaj

Quick References | CustomGuide - 1 views

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    Printable quick references that are yours to use, distribute, and share.

    You can also receive a 30-day trial of CustomGuide training,
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YouTube - ‪UDL At A Glance‬‏ - 0 views

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    From Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: "Historically, most ideas about individual learning differences have been based on the assumption that the brain is roughly the same all over . . . In contrast, more recent theories, such as Multiple Intell
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