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Technology & Apps

Carroll School Chromebooks

Here is where you can purchase gear for your child's Chromebook:

Dell Chromebook Charger - Type-C

Chromebook Cases

Programs and Apps

Students at Carroll have access to many different programs and apps to support their learning. The list below is the one referred to in the Acceptable Use Policy. The programs below require student accounts but the programs that a student actually uses can vary depending on need and grade. *List updated 5/2/2023

ALEKS (math software)

Arduino (programming microcontrollers; used mainly at MS and US)

Bookshare (free digital books)

BrainPOP (educational content)

Classlink (used to help students sign on to different programs and keep track of digital tools)

Desmos (math software)

Discovery Ed (history software)

Edpuzzle (academic videos/activities)

Generation Genius (science content/videos)

GetEpic! (digital books for students to be read)

Google for Education (includes docs, slides, classroom, etc.; used by all students and teachers)

Google Read&Write (text to speech and speech to text software; used on all 3 campuses)

IXL (Math and ELA software)

Kami (photo/PDF editing software; used by teachers and students)

Kahoot (live quizzes/activities for students to answer questions/compete; used on all 3 campuses)

Keyboarding Without Tears (typing software for 3rd - 6th grade)

Learning Ally (audiobooks)

Learning A-Z (ELA software; used in the LS)

Learning Without Tears (handwriting software and physical books to practice writing)

LearnZillion Illustrative Math (digital math textbook and curriculum; used at LS)

LEGO robotics (robotics kits for programming/building; used at LS and MS)

Lexia (differentiated digital literacy instruction for all students)

Nearpod (platform to design interactive digital lessons - self-paced or live for students; used mainly at MS and US)

NewsELA (news/research articles for all grades)

Noteflight (music notation software for MS and US students)

Padlet (blog-style software for lessons and student posts; mainly used at MS and US)

Peardeck (add on for google slides used by teachers to make slides interactive)

Read Naturally (reading fluency intervention program for all students)

Reading Plus (reading intervention program for MS and US)

Schoolcam (software for teachers to take pictures and upload directly into Drive)

Scratch (block-based coding software used on all 3 campuses)

Seesaw (student portfolio/project creation software; used on all 3 campuses)

Soundtrap (digital music composition software; used at all 3 schools)

Sphero EDU (block-based robotics coding application used at all 3 schools)

Stop Motion Studio (stop motion animation software used at all 3 schools)

Sutori (research/resource/project building software; used primarily at MS)

Tinkercad (3D design software; used on all 3 campuses)

Track My Progress (language and math assessment software; used on all 3 campuses) (typing software for 7th grade and above)

WeVideo (video editing software; used on all 3 campuses)