The Office of Special Education is pleased to announce the addition of the Vizzle curriculum as a supplementary resource to assist both students and teachers. Vizzle, developed by RethinkEd, is utilized in classrooms to provide intervention and enrichment across all four content areas for students with exceptionalities in grades K-12. It offers a Standards Aligned Library, which includes a searchable collection of K-12 resources for Math, English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Additionally, Vizzle provides lessons on life skills, transition, and speech, with over 40,000 interactive and differentiated lessons that align with the New Jersey and Dynamic Learning Mapp state standards. These lessons are designed to assess, instruct, generalize, and engage students who are facing academic learning gaps.
With Vizzle, teachers have the ability to create and modify lessons according to the individualized learning needs of students. The platform also offers automatic data collection for progress monitoring, making it easier for teachers to track student performance. Furthermore, Vizzle provides advanced technological support in the form of accessibility features at both the classroom and student level, promoting independence for students with diverse instructional needs.
Currently, several NBOE schools are utilizing Vizzle, including Park Elementary, Rafael Hernandez, Avon Avenue, Belmont Runyon, Louise A. Spencer, Fourteenth Avenue, John F. Kennedy, Central High School, American History High School, Weequahic High School, and East Side High School.