Tuesday, January 10, 2006

The Alliance for Technology Access includes a great article, with links, called, "Technology Tips for Differentiated Instruction." I'm recommending it here because it includes using tools that are readily available in many school systems. There are examples, explanations and suggestions for use.
Some of the categories include Talking Text, Electronic Text, Word Features (I'm a huge advocate of using the features built into MicroSoft Word since it is easy to use and readily available) and Enhanced Text.

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