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In the past academic year I have used Quia in working with a high school sophomore with learning disabilities. His school had informed his parents that he was in danger of failing in all subjects. Together we produced nearly a hundred matching and flashcard exercises in biology, history, and English. (It was especially motivational to involve him in creating his own exercises.) The results were spectacular. He went from from F's and D's to A's and B's.

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Quia is a website in which students can play and learn at the same time about any topic. For example, I created a class with different activities for my elementary Spanish class and students create their accounts and work on different exercises. It helps you grade and provide feedback for your students. It has so many types of activities that you can use for your classroom like scavenger hunts, crossword puzzle, rags to riches and others. by sindy11 Sep 29

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