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Snap&Read™

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

Help students understand everything they read today. Available as a Google Chrome Extension and on iPad.

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Co:Writer®

Word prediction, speech recognition, and language support.

Kickstarting the writer inside. Available as a Google Chrome Extension and on iPad.

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uPAR™

Data to show how students read best.

Your launching pad for their flight.

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Quizbot™

Automated Quiz Creator for Google Forms.

Your onramp to Google Forms.

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Readtopia®

Reading Curriculum for Special Ed

Opening experiential learning to everyone.

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First Author™

Writing Curriculum for Special Ed

Building communication through writing.

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Hamilton Meets The Digital Learner: Who Reads, Who Writes, Who Tells Their Story?

During the American Revolution, Founding Father Alexander Hamilton wanted to have a lasting impact on the world around him—a legacy to leave his children and grandchildren. His ability to read and write helped lift him from poverty to making a mark on history. Now in the current technological revolution, we can open this story to many more through accessible technologies. Let your legacy be that of connecting students to their full potential with the right supports. Amy D’Aquila will demonstrate visual, auditory, and learning supports that help bridge the gap for struggling readers and writers—using examples from the smash-hit musical, Hamilton.

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