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What software seemed to help with differentiating instruction?
Our homebound program has the advantage of laptop computers for our students, but no internet access and no network connection.
Any ideas about good standalone software -- all core subjects all grade levels
I teach 9th, 10th and 11th grade math in a Baltimore public high school where the median numeracy score is 5th grade.
There is no way to accomplish differentiated instruction for seven years of differentiation. We had one very good year when the software was donated, and now its back to the same old, same old...
Laptops are a terrible tool for reading. Dedicated ebooks are the way to go because they would allow readily updated content to be served via a medium almost as user friendly as a book. Furthermore multiple versions of the same textbooks could be available for individual districts and schools to chose among. The entire syllabus for a student would weigh less than a couple of pounds.