Education software packages

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  • Michael Muni

    I work for  a school district and none of the software I push out are freely distributed, there all paid software that the district pays to use. These type of software packages AA legaly cannot distribute.

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  • Jason Szost

    My Apologies for not clarifying. I too have a lot of software that Is not freeware that I can not share either, but I was hoping this post may shed some light on new useful software that others may not be aware of. I will amend the OP.

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  • Michael Muni

    Accellerated Reader/ STAR Reader - This software is more than 10 years old, the company no longer sells it as they have moved to online web based subscription model. The schools use this software as one of their main tools, yet they are not willing to pay the money for the newer web based subscription.

    ZoomText - for special needs students.

    MineCraftEDU - normal minecraft game that the kids all love to play, only the teacher hosts a local server and uses it for lessons.

    FAS SecureBowser - florida assessments testing software.

    TestNav - FCAT testing software.

    Console 8 / Gmetrix - Computer teacher uses for testing.

    ActivInspire - Promethean board software

    SmartBoard / Smart Notebook - Smartboard drivers/software

     

    Everything else is online web based websites like I-Ready, Imagine Learning, SuccessMaker...

     

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