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Bestanden op een eenvoudige manier centraliseren op school : Stappenplan
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Een hindernis bij gebruik van voorleesssoftware (Sprint, Kurzweil 3000) voor kinderen met dyslexie is het tijdig aanleveren van de digitale bestanden bij de leerlingen die het nodig hebben. Bestanden “uitdelen” met een …


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