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A.I.

Technology Resource Guide Organizer

I. PROVIDE MULTIPLE MEANS OF REPRESENTATION:

1. Provide options for perception

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

NaviDys is an app that is specifically for reading


electronic books or reading other things on the
internet. The app can change the size of the writing
https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/navidys/id631650011?
NaviDys as well as the font, primarily to help students with
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dyslexia. Certain fonts are better for students with
dyslexia. This app provides one of many forms of
presentation of material for students.

Boardmaker can be used to create printed materials


such as schedules and communication boards. It
often includes symbols that can be understood by
Boardmaker http://www.mayer-johnson.com/boardmaker-v-6/
students who may not be able to read many words. It
gives students a different presentation of information
they need to get through the school day.

A calculator with a large display is good for students


who may have trouble seeing small numbers and
Big Display http://cte.jhu.edu/matchup/#page5?
helps students who struggle with their fine motor
Calculator cat1=1&cat2=1&atech=7
skills. This gives students a different way to be able
to see the numbers on a calculator.

2. Provide options for language, mathematical expressions, and symbols

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.
Text-to-speech converts any typed or written text into
https://www.naturalreaders.com/?gclid=CKuRwuyC- speech so students can listen. This can help students
Text-to-speech
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decode and follow along in the text.

Rewordify simplifies what is written on the page for


students who may not be able to comprehend more
Rewordify https://rewordify.com/ complex language. This helps students by using
different language that can be more easily
understood.

Students can use the talking calculator to have the


answers read to them, speak answers to the
Talking http://cte.jhu.edu/matchup/#page4? calculator, or speak what should be typed into the
calculator cat1=7&cat2=1&atech=0 calculator. This helps students who may struggle with
reading and writing but can speak and gives them
different options in which they can use language.

This website has a cool braille translator that


students can use. This provides them with a way to
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understand braille and understand a different way to
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read since students who are blind would be confined
to only using braille.

3. Provide options for comprehension

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

This website provides several graphic organizers that


can be used in reading, math, social studies, and
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science. The variety of organizers allows students to
Table of http://www.visual-
use something that will bring the most meaning out
Visualization literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
of the information for them. Different students may
Methods
need a different organizer depending on what they
have trouble comprehending and focusing on.

KWL Charts https://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/pdf/kwl.pdf A KWL chart requires students to call upon their prior
knowledge before reading. Prior knowledge helps
students with comprehension because they are more
likely to make connections when they are refreshed
with their prior knowledge.

This website breaks down different stories into


Interactives:
specific structures of a story. This helps students to
Elements of a http://www.learner.org/interactives/story/cinderella/
comprehend the story in pieces rather than as a
Story
whole.

II. PROVIDE MULTIPLE MEANS FOR ACTION AND EXPRESSION:

4. Provide options for physical action

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

Go noodle has several videos and activities that give


students opportunity for physical movement. Some
Go Noodle www.gonoodle.com Go Noodle videos can be used along with a lesson to
enforce the concept being learned, and other videos
can be used as brain breaks.

5. Provide options for expression and communication

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.
Tellagami is an app that allows students to create an
animated video that uses their voice recording in the
video to express what they know. This can help
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tellagami/id572737805?
Tellagami students who may have strong comprehension skills
mt=8
but weak writing skills. Tellagami allows them to
express what they know in a way that is least
restrictive for them.

Vocaroo is a website that allows students to make


voice recordings that they can submit to the
Vocaroo http://vocaroo.com/ instructor. It provides a different way for students to
present their work if they struggle with reading or
writing.

Students are able to use pictures, text, numbers, and


spoken words in order to develop several skills such
Kidspiration http://www.inspiration.com/Kidspiration as vocabulary, writing, comprehension, and critical
thinking. They are being provided with several ways
to express themselves.

Padlet is a good way for students to express


themselves to their peers in a way that everyone can
see it. Students can post it with their name or they
Padlet https://padlet.com/my/dashboard can remain anonymous. It is a good way for students
to respond when all students need to be able to
respond but time constraints keep them from all
being able to speak.

6. Provide options for executive functions

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

Visual School https://www.pinterest.com/pin/79798224618446348/ A visual school schedule gives students a visual


Schedule representation of what they need to do and an order
in which they need to do it. It prompts and scaffolds
students who may need every direction through the
day.

Goal-setting worksheets are a way to hold the


student accountable for what goals they need to
Goal-setting accomplish. This website has a large variety of these
www.worksheetplace.com
Worksheets worksheets that work well for different students.
Students are able to keep track of their own goals in
the classroom.

This website provides students with graphic


organizers that can be used to keep track of what
Graphic https://www.teachervision.com/lesson-planning/graphic-organizer?
detoured=1 they are learning and what they still need to learn.
organizers
This allows students to take their learning into their
own hands.

III. PROVIDE MULTIPLE MEANS FOR ENGAGEMENT:

7. Provide options for recruiting interest

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

Illuminations has several math themed apps that can


help motivate students and keep them interested.
Illuminations http://illuminations.nctm.org/Games-Puzzles.aspx
There are different apps that can appeal to different
students depending on their interest.

Book Adventure allows students to make book lists.


After they have read these books, they can play
Book
http://www.bookadventure.com/Home.aspx games and take quizzes in order to get points on the
Adventure
website. This sparks interest by giving the option of
choice to all students.

Ted Talks https://www.ted.com/talks Ted Talks can be used at the beginning of the lesson
or during the lesson to recruit the interest of students
with a video about the subject at hand.

8. Provide options for sustaining effort and persistence

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

The Splash Math website provides several interactive


math problems that allow students to pace
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themselves. These problems are aligned with the
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Common Core State standards. Students are given
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the ability to have varied demands despite using the
same website.

This website helps students to collaborate by


Cosketch www.cosketch.com
allowing them to share ideas with one another.

9. Provide options for self-regulation

Name of Discuss how the resource aligns with the


Link
Resource guideline.

Squigglets are squishy fidget bracelets that are good


for students who may have trouble focusing or may
https://www.nationalautismresources.com/squigglets- have slight sensory issues. Some students need
Squigglets
sensory-bracelets/ items in order to cope with fidgeting or similar
problems. Squigglets are a way to provide that
coping mechanism without disturbing the class.

Kahoot! https://create.kahoot.it/ Kahoot allows students to take a test and receive


feedback as they are taking it. Students can see what
they are getting right, as well as what they are
getting wrong. After each question is answered, when
the professor sees what students have answered,
students can receive feedback in the moment about
why the correct answer is correct and why the others
are not. It allows students to regulate their learning
and see what they need to work on.