How to Automatically Subtitle and Translate Google Slides and PowerPoint Presentations

How to Automatically Subtitle and Translate Google Slides and PowerPoint Presentations

ReaderQ En

A Chrome plug-in that allows you to copy text from a variety of different documents, listen to text aloud, adjust the size and spacing, and highlight sections to meet your individual needs.

Wave Browser Extension: Web accessibility evaluation tool

An easy way to check for webpage accessibility issues/concerns.

Help Access Extension

Want to use a website but it’s not accessible to you and/or your students. Download Help Access and all websites more accessible with ease.

SAMR Student Choice Matrix

Check out an example of a SAMR matrix. This can be a helpful tool for providing students with choices and finding opportunities to integrate technology into traditional assignments (and develop digital competency).

Micro:bit 101: Getting Started with Microcontrollers

New to Micro: bit? Check out this comprehensive course for teachers and students alike. It contains capsules, how-to instructions, extension activities, and more!

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How to Use Google Translate to Teach English

Information on how to use Google translate to help teach English or in English.

Google Translate: Chrome Extension

“View translations easily as you browse the web. By the Google Translate team.”

Care your Eyes: Chrome Extension

“Change the page’s background color to the reseda or night mode and you can click a block to make it changing color.”

Zoom for Google Chrome

“Zoom in or out on web content using the zoom button and mouse scroll wheel for more comfortable reading. That to each percent value.”

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Take N.O.T.E:

“Introducing a simple step-by-step tool to help you spot signs of learning and thinking differences.”

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