Last winter, I decided to take a CLEP exam, and it was one of the smartest decisions I ever made in college. I was able to get credit for information I had learned and take classes that were more interesting to me in the next […]
If you ever see me in person, it’s almost certain that I will have my iPad with me. My friends joke that it is surgically attached to me because I always am using it for something, especially as assistive technology in the classroom. Luckily, I […]
My review of the iPad app Notability, and how to integrate it into the classroom. Also includes tips for teaching students how to use it.
Eight items every student must know about their IEP so they can self-advocate.
All of the applications on my high school laptop, no internet connection required
Using the ScanMarker Air, a portable OCR scanner that takes notes 30x quicker, great for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or low vision
My experiences with the Microsoft Office Specialist certification and low vision. The most asked about item on my resume, better than taking an AP class!