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This booklet from the Utah Personnel Development Center provides a free curriculum for teaching early counting (one-to-one correspondence and counting objects in random order). It offers teachers and parents specific instructions to help determine when a student is ready to learn one-to-one correspondence, and apply that knowledge to counting objects...

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In this post in Education News on July 25, 2012, Michael F. Shaughnessy interviews authors Kathleen Sadao and Nancy Robinson, who co-wrote the book “Assistive Technology for Young Children: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments." The article includes Sadao and Robinson’s definitions of both Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and assistive technology...

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Educational Technology Guy, David Andrade, is a classic tech geek who found educational technology (and a new career) after years as an engineer. Andrade’s background benefits his blog, Educational Technology Guy, in its clear focus on classroom technology and precise, accessible descriptions of his favorite gadgets and their plethora of...

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The Differentiation Daily blog comes from Dr. Paula Kluth’s experiences as an educator and consultant. Each post (averaging one new post each week) focuses on examples of differentiated instruction in K-12 classrooms and differentiation-related resources from around the web. Differentiation Daily sorts posts by academic subject and topic tags for...

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Doorway Online is a collection of free learning activities originally developed with funding from the Scottish Borders Council in 2009. Since that time the activities have increased in scope to include Literacy, Math, Typing and Memory activities. The site includes accessible educational activities that learners will find easy to use...

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TeachThought is a website that seeks to connect teachers with innovative education ideas, tools and teaching methods through the site blog and the related newsletter. TeachThought follows a wide variety of technical, social, and professional trends, collecting curricula, tools and success stories to help teachers implement new learning models and...

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Rewordify is a free website that makes English easier to read. In some ways it is similar to a thesaurus, but allows users to enter not just single words, but entire sentences, pages, and even websites, for clarification. Passages are preferred, as difficult words are 'rewordified' using the context of...

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Protocol for Accommodations in Reading (PAR) provides you with all you need to make data-based reading accommodation recommendations for students who are not reading at grade level or have physical disabilities that keep them from using printed texts. PAR is a free, downloadable manual that includes a protocol for collecting...

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Edudemic is a site dedicated to providing insights and advice on technology and teaching. "What's the best way to improve education using social media?" That's the big question that Edudemic hopes to answer. Articles are updated daily. This resource could be useful for teachers who are looking for more ways...

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Bookshare es una biblioteca gratuita, accesible por Internet con libros electrónicos y herramientas de lectura para su hijo(a) con discapacidades para leer letra impresa. Puede participar cualquier persona que tenga: 1) Un impedimento visual como ceguera o baja visión, 2) Una discapacidad física que afecte su habilidad para leer, tal...

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