PowerUp WHAT WORKS resources for struggling students and those with disabilities are now available in the OpenEd resource library. OpenEd is the creator of the world’s largest online collection of standards-aligned resources that I shared earlier this year. PowerUp provides customizable materials, lesson plans, instructional strategies, videos and more to enhance learning for students with diverse needs, and to personalize learning with technology and Universal Design for Learning.
The PowerUp resources are completely free for OpenEd users. Teachers can use customize materials, such as instructional strategies, case studies and tech tips, to both enhance and guide lesson planning. It provides teachers with a powerful and effective way to reach all students, including struggling students and those with disabilities. PowerUp can support teachers looking to create instructional content to meet the needs of every student. It encourages the integration of technology tools to personalize instruction and translate ULD principles into practice.
Learn more about OpenEd and PowerUp WHAT WORKS resources by visiting their website!
Google Translate is an amazing website that lets users translate text into another language. With a simple copy and paste you can take a message in one language and translate it to another. Although this tool isn’t always perfect it’s a great online resource for teachers looking to communicated effectively with families and students. In addition to translating text, Google Translate can also work on websites. Copy and paste the link to the website you would like translated and it will pop up in your screen with words changed to the language of your choosing.
Try it out with a current events article for students or a website with resources for parents!
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