We're looking into the 1000 version now. I've seen in my research there also applications that will double and read web pages to students as well, an added benefit since there's so much that can accessed via a browser these days.
Just stopping by to let you know that I haven't forgotten. Things have been incredibly busy and should remain the same in May. After that, let's connect. I'd love to hear more then about your program and training for using the tools. Thanks for your patience!
Tammy, I just checked out your site and it's extraordinary - I also posted it in the homeschooling group on our ning site - www.innerkids.ning.com - if you'd like to join and join the homeschooling group my guess is you would be a tremendous resource for others in the group. (you may already belong to way too many social media sites though!) Warmly, Susan
I'll check your links in the morning. I'm hoping that Edith will not back out. She's suffering with bipolar and really needs something to make her feel useful. But, if I overwhelm her, and run out of clip-art, I'll have something to fall back on.
Just found a site today called ToonDoo .... want to get some time tomorrow to try it out. A nice place to make stories.
Hi Tammy. I was wondering if you have students or educator friends who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!