Using AudioBoom in the Classroom to Improve Reading Fluency | EdSurge News Allows individuals to record up to 10 minutes of audio. Recordings can be shared in several way, including a QR code. QR codes can be printed (for example, on worksheets). Record yourself reading worksheet directions or class handouts to assist students with disabilities. Assistive technology.
Use ONENote to keep a parent contact/student log. Also a great place for anecdotal records since you can record sound! BRILLANT Each student can have a tab with their initials..... Notebooks will be labeled by use.