VizZle Is Web-Based Special Education Software For the Diverse Needs of All Learners
VizZle provides a Library of more than 15,000 lessons and the tools and media to customize them or create your own. The lessons can be tailored to any grade level, assigned to any student, and played on iPad or Android tablets, laptop or desktop computers. Data is tracked automatically. This award-winning Special Education Software is developed collaboratively with educators.
Search a Library of more than 15,000 lessons by subject, grade level, and other criteria, including state standards, carefully evaluated by our moderation team of professional teachers.
Once you’ve selected your ready-made content, you’re ready to personalize it to suit your unique learners. Access VizZle’s expert-created Media library, containing over 15,000 pictures, line drawings, audio, and video. It even includes American Sign Language clips! If that’s not enough, you can search the internet for images (powered by Google™) directly in the app or upload your own.
The Library also includes exclusive content from Unique Learning Systems and Star Autism Support.
VizZle was designed in collaboration with educators at The Monarch Center for Autism in Shaker Heights, Ohio and researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. The continued dedication of the Monarch Center staff as well as contributions from countless educators across the country allows ongoing growth of VizZle’s content and a broader solution for special education.
Any lesson play in VizZle immediately translates into Data that can be viewed directly within the application. Filter by date, lesson played, IEP goal, and more. VizZle supports data-driven decision making by tracking each student’s progress individually and allowing it to be included in IEPs via print or PDF/CSV export.
If you need any help getting started or getting the most out of VizZle, our dedicated, friendly, and knowledgeable Professional Development and support teams would be happy to field a call, chat online, or even come to your classroom and help in person.