We have had united streaming for a few years, and it works well with ample of bandwidth. We just started using aimsweb this year and I think the special educators are struggling a bit with learning to use it. I looked into study island, and some people liked it. Others did not. I have looked at Lexia, but have decided to wait until it becomes web based.
>>> Lucie deLaBruere 03/05/10 11:04 AM >>>
We are getting an increased number of request for subsriptions to various
products. Some of the ones that have come in are
EdHelper? Brain Pop? Study Island? Aimsweb?
We are trying to work on a process for selection and funding of such
Would love to learn which ones people are using which people are finding
most used. Also what process you are using to select and fund these in your
This year we chose Atomic Learning and Nettrekker. (not much systemic use
A few years ago we had United Streaming.
We still have a subscription to RM Math (which is not only web 2.0)
I don't believe many of these belong under technology budget, but since they
need technology to support them, I think we can help people make good
Any feedback would be helpful.
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