CloudConvert – convert anything to anything

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convert anything to anything – more than 100 different audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats supported.

Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

Now this is interesting. Many times we have had students unable to open certain documents at home because they did not have the appropriate program to allow access. Uploading everything to Google Drive didn’t always solve the problem. This could be a viable solution. 

 

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If you are someone who purchases movies via iTunes or Google Play and would like to convert the file into a format in order to burn to a disc…I’m not sure on the permission, but CloudConvert makes it possible.  Now truly, no one will be left behind. 

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Here’s One More Reason To Play Video Games: Beating Dyslexia

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Most parents prefer that their children pick up a book rather than a game controller. But for kids with dyslexia, action video games may be just what the doctor ordered.

Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

I have noticed that many of the Dyslexia students on our campus are more of strategic gamers than most other students. I think I will consider more console options in the classroom. Their attention to detail in some games are phenomenal. 

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15 Best Tech Creation Tools

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The national movement of STEM + Art = STEAM fosters innovation and encourages the integration of art and design in K-12 education. For this week’s Top Picks List Friday, we’re featuring the best tech creation tools. Students love to make their own creations — no matter what the topic….

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