7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology

Thought this was a really good infographic:

http://www.markbates.ca/?buffer_share=f220c&p=1734

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Technology for Reading Disorders

Last night I, along with Joanie Gerken, presented at The Rankin Institute’s “A Picture’s Worth A Billion Words: Reading Disorder” workshop.  Several of the attendee’s asked for a copy of my PowerPoint slides, so I thought you might find the presentation helpful as well.

Technology for Reading Disorders

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Free Trials

The following are some free trials that you might be interested in:

http://freetrial.lernerbooks.com/

https://sites.google.com/site/paperlessresearch/

http://www.educationworld.com/best3forfree

http://www.daydreameducation.com/iste (promo code: iste12)

https://www.eduvision.tv/index.html

http://www.smartyants.com/

http://totalreader.com/c/

http://www.espressoeducation.com/  Code: ISTE2012

http://www.explorelearning.com/

http://www.voyagerlearning.com/cs/Satellite/home?cmsid=Voyager

http://www.stratalogica.com/NystromDigital/home/home.html;jsessionid=eHpuTxPPo5ZbWs2L0juMAQ__

http://adaptivecurriculum.com/us/

http://pathways.eb.com/failedlogin?target=%2F (username: iste)

http://online.typingpal.com/info/en/

http://flocabulary.com/subjects/

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iPad Apps

While we may not have full deployment of iPads throughout the school, some of us are working with them to see how we might effectively use them in the classroom.  The website below might be very useful as we try to address the needs of our students.

http://teacherswithapps.com/50-best-ipad-apps-for-reading-disabilities/

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