Special Education

  • Soundtrap Specific Information
  • Special Education Use Cases
  • Soundtrap as an Accessibility Tool
  • Progress Monitoring with Soundtrap
  • Soundtrap Snapshots
  • Sample Language for IEPs
  • ELL Specific Info
  • Websites to Support
  • Build your PLN
  • Misc.
  • Distance Learning & Special Education

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Soundtrap Terminologies & Functionalities

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Creativity in Every Classroom

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Student Course Introduction

Soundtrap for Education - Student Course Introduction

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Soundtrap Certified Educator Course – Level 1

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Topics – Soundtrap Support

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Comprehension Amplified Presentation

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Lesson Plan

Move to the Music

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Paper Podcast Prototype

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New: Transcription Feature

Soundtrap for Storytellers: Interactive Transcript

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Rethink Written Expression with Soundtrap!

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Progress Monitoring Within a Multi-Level Prevention System

RTI Action Network

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Linking Progress Monitoring Results to Interventions

RTI Action Network

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Students create challenging social skill scenarios (i.e. how to manage losing a game). Then record, add sounds and audio.

Recording answers if student has difficulty writing.

To calm when upset: students record a passage of reading and add music.

Teaching mindfulness by creating a guided meditation.

After a negative student reaction, prompt them to record their feelings using the pre-recorded loops.

Students with dyslexia can practice reading a passage for fluency and confidence.

Measurable Annual Goal

Needs: *student* benefits from having access to a device with audio recording (podcasting) software to record and self-monitor reading fluency, demonstrate knowledge, and collaborate with other learners on multimedia projects.

Goal: By June 2019, Given direct instruction and access to device using audio recording/podcasting software, *student* will improve reading fluency from 75wpm to 150wpm as evidenced by data collection and recordings.

Statement of supplementary aids, modifications, accommodations, services, and/or supports for SAU personnel

1.  Provide access to audio recording system to demonstrate mastery on tablet or laptop (Classroom instruction, classroom assessment, district wide assessment).

2. Access to podcasting tool to record oral reading fluency.

Measurable Post-Secondary Goals

Education/Training Goal: After graduation *student* will attend college to study music engineering.

Employment Goal: After graduation, *student* will seek employment (after college) in the music or radio industry.

5 Keys To Using Tech with ELLs

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CAST: Until learning has no limits®

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UDL

The UDL Guidelines

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Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles Ph.D

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Assistive Technology for Auditory Processing Disorder

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Dictation (Speech-to-Text) Technology: What It Is and How It Works

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What is Dyslexia?

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Remote Learning Resources

CAST: Remote Learning Resources

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