Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Often Special Education teachers are left out in the cold when it comes to new technologies and classroom resources. While reading through a few tech journals this morning, I found VizZle, a web resource for Special Education teachers. This resource allows teachers to create and share visual resources for special education and autistic students. Resources are also available on the VizZle website. If you follow the link to their parent website, there is a video you can watch to see the benefits of this product. You can also sign up for a free trial. The coolest thing about this resource is that it is compatible with Interactive Whiteboards like the Smartboard. You can also check out a tutorial on their website, here.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Have you ever been at home and you wanted to view or edit your SmartBoard files, but you didn't have Notebook loaded on your computer? Or say you were using a public computer and you were browsing through lessons on the web, but you couldn't view them without Notebook? Smart has a solution for you. Still in the beta stage, Smart has introduced Smart Notebook Express. This site allows you to open and edit files on your computer, as well as view files on the internet. functionality is a bit limited at this time, but you have the ability to type, write and draw on pages using Smart tools. Check it out today and give them a little feedback. Your comments may be used to make this resource better.