Student Resources

Adaptive Technology

  • Co:Writer (installed on some school-owned computers; personal license $4.99/month) offers word prediction in the Chrome browser, on iOS devices (iPads, iPhones, and iPods), and on the computer desktop. It offers speech recognition in its Chrome extension, so students can dictate then go back and edit with Co:Writer.

  • Line Height Adjuster (free) is a Chrome extension that allows users to adjust the spacing between lines on web pages for increased readability.

  • ModMath (free; Pro version $4.99) for iPad allows users to do math on a grid and save/share their work without using a pencil.

  • OpenDyslexic (free) is a Chrome extension that can change any web-based text into the OpenDyslexic font, which assists people with dyslexia in decoding and reading with fluency. It works on all documents and web pages if the extension is running.

  • Smart TOC (free) is a Chrome extension that creates a floating table of contents for web pages that use HTML heading tags properly. 

  • SnapType (free; Pro version $4.99) for iPad allows users to take a photo or import a file of a worksheet and write anywhere on the page, save and share their finished work.

  • Voice typing is part of Google Docs and Slides when you are using a Chrome browser.

  • Wizkids CAS add-on (free) lets users add fractions, equations, and graphs to Google Docs.


Support and tutorials for presentation apps:

English/Language Arts


Genre Studies

7th Grade Feature Article

Microsoft Publisher is installed on the computers in Lab 114 and Lab 206, the desktop printing stations in classrooms, and the grade-level laptop carts.

Screencast video tutorials:


Social Studies

Ancient Cultures of the Western Hemisphere

Other Country Study Resources

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