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A smarter, faster, data-driven way to assess students for reading accommodations.
helps teachers build phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension in the context of age-appropriate Start-to-Finish chapter books
A curriculum program for school district leaders who believe that students with complex needs should be taught to read.
a scientifically proven writing intervention kit used in conjunction with the SOLO Literacy Suite.
Writing software with built in accommodations helps you turn students (ages 5-21) with complex instructional needs into first-time writers.
an exclusive package that combines the power of MEville to WEville and the strength of the research-based Start-to-Finish® Literacy Starters content.
helps you determine the most suitable reading accommodations for specific students by assessing their individual needs.
Meld proven implementation strategies.
an excellent tool to help students achieve reading success that is regarded as “the one that works” by many teaching professionals.
brings systematic sight word instruction to your Smartboards and classroom computers
a collection of original short films and a thought-provoking instruction
EPACC incorporates principles of direct instruction such as a model- lead-test format, correction procedures and the opportunity for group and individual responses.
Build targeted phonics skills.
a systematic process to assess student handwriting and then determine the appropriate assistive technology solutions.
activities to nurture beginning readers and English Language Learners.
Easy-to-use management tools that give you control of the learning process
by Brian Friedlander
by Steve Graham, Ed.D., and Karen Harris, Ed.D.
This short (90 page) book provides ideas for aligning IEPs to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
by Richard L. Allington
an intervention guide that is the key to helping your students grasp the ideas of early literacy.
research-based guidance to help teachers tailor strategies to students’ instructional needs.
by Karen Erickson and David Koppenhaver.
available for purchase as an eBook.
Helps students to become effective writers and fluent readers by improving their reading, writing, spelling, oral language, and vocabulary skills.
by Kristin M. Rytter, Ph.D.
Thirty of the biggest names in reading research.
Compass uses eight skill tests in three input device domains (pointing, text entry, and switch use).
Four full-year curricula for high school students participating in alternate assessments.
This companion to the book, “Aligning IEPs to Common Core State Standards,” deals with implementation—how to design your classroom to properly align IEPs to CCSS.
Now you can assess the language abilities of infants and toddlers; or test older individuals who have moderate to severe language delays.
by Char Forsten, Jim Grant and Betty Hollas
An exciting “toolkit” of proven AT strategies that will help jump start your assistive technology initiatives.