Chrome extensions can be installed on the student's Chrome browser to provide them with additional support. To learn how to install Chrome extensions, check out this guide. Here is a list of extensions that integrate with Quill:
Speech to Type
Tools for Dyslexia
Open Dyslexic (see below)
Low Vision and Color Blindness
ReadAloud extension demo:
Students click the ReadAloud icon on Chrome to listen to the entire page or select a portion of text and click the ReadAloud icon to hear it.
ImTranslator extension demo:
Students double-click any word on the page and choose a language to read or hear the translation (over 100 languages available).
InstantDictionary extension demo:
Students double-click any word on the page to read the definition and synonyms, hear the word, and more.
OpenDyslexic extension demo:
This extension changes the font to the OpenDyslexic font and formats Quill pages to be more easily readable.
Also, check out our articles on Best Practices for using Quill with Students with IEPS
and How to Use Quill to Teach ELL Students
Have more questions?
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