Google Tools for Special Needs (by Eric Curts)

I’ve been in bed for a week now.  Pneumonia.  And today is the first day that I’ve made it upright.  Unfortunately, my head is so cloudy with cotton-like feelings I’m a little dizzy, which makes me nauseous.  So as I was scrolling through Facebook, I noticed that one of my son’s former special education teachers posted a link to 21 Chrome Extensions for Struggling Students and Special Needs and I thought that I’d share with you.  I’m even going to use a few as I recover, horizontally.

These extensions are also available by downloading this Google Tools for Special Needs Word document that explains how to obtain each one and what they can do for you.  I like to think of it as a menu of options and you choose which ones you want to enjoy.  And as you will clearly see, all of this has been provided by the wonderful Eric Curts.

With that said, I need to inform you that we cannot provide technical assistance for these extensions.  However, there appears to be more than enough instruction on each extension.  And if you know of other technology that may be useful, please let us know.