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Web 2.0 Applications for the Classroom

Many children with disabilities struggle with writing assignments in school. Whether the difficulty lies with the physical act of writing (holding a pencil, using a keyboard, forming letters), writing mechanics (grammar and spelling) or getting thoughts onto paper, the integration of web tools into the learning environment can be a great way of beginning to address some of these issues.  Read more about online tools that can be used to make writing activities more accessible for all students.

VoiceThread: Featured Web 2.0 Tool
VoiceThread is a free software program that captures student voices and photos allowing collaboration on a topic. It is a technological substitute for written papers and allows students freedom to narrate their own projects.   

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