Month: February 2021

Epic

A tool within Immersive Reader Epic has several read-to-me books so students who can’t read the text can listen to the book on Epic. The books are high-interest. This is a great resource for elementary students, especially the younger grades. This is free for educators and students at school. It is a paid subscription that …

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Book Creator

An Online Tool & App Book Creator’s mission has always been to bring digital publishing to all, and allow educators the means to personalise lessons for all types of learners. There’s extensive accessibility features available that make Book Creator easier to use for everyone. Features include; Dictation now supports 120 languages Add captions to video …

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CopyFish

A free online tool https://youtu.be/MzU90egsBLg Copy, paste and translate text from any image, video or PDF.Do you need to extract text from images, videos or PDF? If yes, then the Copyfish Screenshot Reader is for you. Copyfish turns text within any image captured from your screen into an editable format without retyping – making it …

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Grips and styluses for touchscreen devices

A free online tool https://youtu.be/13TasZnSC1U Many individuals, particularly those with mobility impairments utilise a stylus, with added weight, large diameters, ergonomic grips and/or flexibility to ensure that their learning experience is optimised. Top Tips and Links Top Tip They have proven beneficial for many individuals with autism, learning and cognitive disabilities, mobility impairments and so …

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EquatIO

A digital maths tool EquatIO provides pupils with multiple ways to engage with and express maths. It provides a set of tools to enable pupils to type maths, supported by prediction, handwrite or even dictate. Plus, it’s mathspace feature gives pupils a blank canvas to support creation and use of manipulatives and diagrams, and it …

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