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Reading assistant with text leveling, study tools, and translation.

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Automated Quiz Creator for Google Forms.

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Reading Curriculum for Special Ed

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Writing Curriculum for Special Ed

Building communication through writing.

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Accessible eLearning—It Looks Like This! | Presented by Mike Marotta

With the move to eLearning, districts see the need for accessibility more than ever to support students with IEPs and 504 plans. The challenges with eLearning include: Widening performance gaps for students with IEPs Teachers struggling to support the wide range of abilities in their inclusion classrooms Related services having fewer ways to drive IEP goals While districts turn to accessibility as one fundamental way to address these issues, what does accessible eLearning look like in practice? Join accessibility expert and ISTE Inclusive Learning Network Outstanding Educator, Mike Marotta, as he demonstrates how accessibility tools including uPAR, Snap&Read, and Co:Writer help students tackle send-home assignments with more independence. He’ll show how: PDF annotation tools help students complete worksheets, quizzes, and eLearning packets Reading tools work to aid comprehension—including read-aloud, text leveling, visual supports, reading guides, and study tools Writing tools help students access their full writing abilities through word prediction, vocabulary support, and voice typing/speech recognition Want to see what accessible eLearning looks like? Register for the webinar!

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