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Wednesday, May 20, 2015
PowerUp WHAT WORKS - free resources for struggling students and those with disabilities
PowerUp WHAT WORKS is a free resource to help teachers help struggling students and those with disabilities. It is part of the OpenEd collection. PowerUp WHAT WORKS (www.powerupwhatworks.org) 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 (UDL). OpenEd (www.opened.com) is the creator of the world’s largest online collection of standards-aligned resources.
PowerUp allows teachers to access training and resources to allow them to enhance learning for students with disabilities, personalize learning with technology. It is evidence-based, standards-aligned, and technology-focused.
The sites has tips and resources for teachers, administrators and more, with lesson plans, assessments, videos, playlists, ideas for integrating technology, professional development, and much more.
It is easy to search and find resources and there are some great things. You can also browse all resources or click on each menu item above for more information and resources.
Take a look.