Archive for October, 2011

Autism VTips: Excellent Examples of the New Sorting Board

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After only an hour or so of release, we had our first user-created Sorting Board roll into Share. Here are a sampling of our favorites (so far!) Read More »

Welcome to VizZle 4.0! New Access, New Features and More!

VizZle 4.0 represents a major change for VizZlers, with many new conveniences and features Read More »

Accurately Answering “Wh” Questions: VTips for Autism

Preparing lessons to help kids with ASD to accurately answer “wh” questions is the theme of this week’s VTips. Read More »

Fascinating Findings in Autism Research

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Social Status Study Illuminates Feature of Autism
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Tricks and Treats Autism VTips

Searching for Halloween themed lessons? Scroll down for some tricks for searching in SHARE and some Halloween lesson treats! We just picked a few of our favorites—if you don’t see what you need here, there are lots more. Run a keyword search in SHARE for “Halloween” to browse… The Tricks VizZle lessons are a great [...] Read More »

New and Noteworthy in Share for September

With 41 lessons making the moderators New and Noteworthy list in September, it was extremely difficult to winnow it down to a “10 Best” list (especially as beauty is as beauty does–when a simple analog to digital time lesson is what you need, then that lesson is by far the best of the month)! That [...] Read More »

Easy Ways to Keep Repetition Fun

October has an astonishing number of holidays and observances (including National Frappe Day today) that can inspire fun new ways to approach the same old skills practice. For a great resource for keeping things fresh in the classroom and some seriously happy lessons, scroll down. Repetition–But Not Boredom! Meeting goals in special education often involves [...] Read More »

Looking for the All New VizZle Web 4.0? It’s Here!

The all new VizZle 4.0 with awesome new features like an iPad App and a VizZle Web version has been released! Click the VizZle Blog for all the latest information. If you are trying to get to VizZle Web, click here to log on now at! Read More »
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