Differentiating Instruction with Tackk
Endless variety for presenting with lots of available content ready to use. This is how I would categorize Tackk, and this image symbolizes for me the look of a differentiated classroom. Tackk allows students to select images, videos, sounds or any number of other things to use with their presentation. Students in my Language Impaired ISP class can readily bypass articulation difficulties by relying on text, image, and sound to present for them. Just as much thought needs to go into such presentations and there is the added need for technical completency with using this medium. As such, the process of experimenting with the various features of Tackk can also serve to improve student readiness.