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|Share these free apps with teachers on your staff who are looking for ways to support students at different levels as they become more familiar with teaching to the common core state standards.|
|Accelerated Reader has been motivating students to read for several years. The computerized version has students choose their own books, read them at their own pace, then take a quiz on the computer. Students and teachers get immediate, individualized feedback.|
|This is a web-based individualized instructional program. From literacy to science, from elementary school to high school to adult learners, Achieve3000 differentiates instruction solutions that meet your specific needs. It is especially useful for special education and alternative education settings.|
|Are you looking for a great resource for technology planning specific to adult education? Look no further. This website developed by Sacramento County Office of Education in conjunction with the University of Michigan provides tools that assess administrator and teacher skills for technology integration and distance teaching.|
|You will find the site very helpful to help teachers and students who are starting video production. A series of short videos can be used individually or in the small group session to assist with a wide range of technology issues related to video production. The source does not specify specific brands but addresses specific issues related to film making. The site provides helpful suggestions for all elements and levels of filmmakers.|
|This is a comprehensive, up-to-date list of apps for iOS products, focusing on Special Education. The list is organized by subject and it is updated frequently. Each app has a short description and a link to the Apple iTunes Store. Use on iPads, iPhones, iPods, etc.|
|The Arkansas Learning Management System (ALMS) provides teachers with a platform to easily manage and deliver elearning, create and deliver online assessments, and automate the grading of essays through a system of online peer-review. The main purpose of the system is to provide the means by which teachers and students can share things they create for their system with other schools, and there is an electronic repository on the main website to facilitate this sharing. The system is free for any school, public or private, to use.|
|This site offers educational animated movies for K-12 to explain academic concepts in a voice and visual style that is accessible, educational, and entertaining. Subscriptions for schools are available as well as CD's. These movies can also be shown to parents. You can view sample movies on the site.|
|California's K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN) has created a suite of Web 2.0 tools specifically designed for educators to create and share content. Tools already implemented or in the planning stages include file sharing, blogs, wikis, messaging, and video upload. The goal is to encourage educators to utilize the latest web technology and tools, while simultaneously addressing concerns about appropriate content and online safety. Managers of the site verify that anyone who applies for membership is, in fact, a teacher or other educator.|
|The purpose of the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) is to provide a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify supplemental electronic learning resources that both meet local instructional needs and embody the implementation of California curriculum frameworks and standards.|