Tuesday, November 27 • 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Meet Them Where They Are: Using Technology to Help Struggling Learners

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Technology makes it easier than ever to help students in your classroom access the general curriculum. Differentiation can be a click away and students can access websites and extensions to help them access material. Technology can also allow students to capture their learning through alternative means and allow them to use their strengths instead of focusing on their areas of concern. Participants will learn about many web-based tools, apps, and Google Chrome extensions that will help teachers differentiate their curricula. Discussion will include tools that student can use to access the content on their own. Lastly, they will learn about resources that will allow students to document their learning in new and meaningful ways. The workshop will focus on reading, writing, executive functioning, and English Language Learners. Participants will learn about tools such as voice typing, SeeSaw, Text Compactor, PrintFriendly, and more. (Presenter(s): Kara Wilkins, District Technology Integration Specialist, Lowell Public Schools)

Tuesday November 27, 2018 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Merrimack (C)

Attendees (20)