Are you looking for IEP apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Summit Learning– Summit Learning is a learning approach with a unique view of education and instruction. It can be used with any curriculum and focuses on three main components: mentoring, projects, and self-direction. Each student is assigned a caring adult mentor with whom to meet weekly in one-on-one sessions. This mentoring relationship ensures that each student feels known and supported. Summit Learning projects are designed to foster real-life skills that students can use throughout college and their future careers. The self-direction component helps students learn to set and follow through on both long- and short-term goals. The Summit Learning approach offers opportunities for individualized student support, such as small group workshops, individual interventions, and support for individualized education plans (IEPs).
Edvance School-wide Management System– Edvance is a user-friendly online school management software system for K-12 schools. Users enjoy cloud-based access to efficient software with a suite of modules such as admissions, student and teacher profiles, workloads, timetabling, course planning, academic reporting, grade book, attendance, behavior/discipline, message center, IEP module, parent portals, LMS tools, and curriculum management. The system also offers student-centric and analytics solutions; it helps to reduce the administrative workload to divert more attention to students.
Infinite Campus– This is a web-based, enterprise-wide student information system, including grade book, state reporting, special education IEPs, and more.
OctoPlus– Octoplusis a math app that uses interactive gaming to help children develop math skills. This app takes you into an underwater world where you battle turtles to earn points. It has both drill and challenge modes, designed to develop children’s math abilities using their innate intelligence. It is also helping develop motor skills in children who have motor or cognitive delays. This app can be customized to keep children interested and motivated; it comes packed with features designed to improve visual attention, timing, coordination, and control. Parents can also use this app to emphasize individualized education program (IEP) objectives.