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 List of key software tools installed on computers, supporting curriculum in the Waltham High School:  

Adobe Photo Shop Elements (as requested)

Adobe Professional (as requested)

Adobe Creative Suite(grades 9-12: limited to Journalism Lab and Graphics Lab)

Audacity  (library, labs and as requested)

ArcView 3.3  (science classrooms: 218, 248, 344, 348, 220)

Assessment Study Skills and Strategies High School 3S-HS Second Edition (Lab 246 and 5 SPED classrooms)  See: http://www.mangrum-strichart.com/high.htm

CITYgreen 5.0  (science classrooms: 218, 248, 344, 348, 220)

Classroom Performance System 5.4 with image file (CPS) Join our CPS wikispace.

Co:Writer Solo (as requested grades 3-12)

DataStudio (science classroom computers)

DNA Evidence Beginning Level Module and Advanced Level Module (as requested - High School Physics) See also

Fathom Dynamic Statistics Software (Math - grades 9-12)

GeoGebra http://www.geogebra.org/cms/ (as requested - Math - grades 6-12)

Geometer's SketchPad Version 4 (Math - grades 6-12)  To access: select Start - Run and then typing the path \\wanserver08\applications$\SketchPad4.bat and then select OK

Green Globs and Graphing equations (grades 6-12)  To accedss: select Start - Run and type the  \\wanserver08\applications$\gg&ge.bat and then select OK

Inspiration version 8 (all grades)

Kurzweil (all computers - request installation from Help Desk)

Logger Pro 3.3 (science classrooms - grades 6-12 and computer labs)

Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionaries (all grades)  - an Internet Explorer Toolbar

Microsoft Office: (all grades)

Pasco Explorations in Physics (Pasco) (as requested - High School Physics) download first

PE Manager software (9-12 Physical Education)

ReadPlease 2003  Reader's Edge version 4.2 (Reading classroom only)

Scratch http://scratch.mit.edu/  (by request)

SMARTBoard and SMART Notebook software

SMARTBoards are installed in limited rooms across the school district. The license agreement for SMARTBoard software states (May 2011 - version 10) "End User is granted a SMART Notebook Collaborative License for Use for one (1) Interactive Display Device, and on the associated Qualified Device".

If you have a Third Party Interactive Display Devices (e.g. ENO boards):  Teachers without a SMARTBoard may use SMART Notebook Express located at: express.smarttech.com.

Steck-Vaughn Read ON (formally Learning 100)  version 6.2 Level J and K (Reading classroom only - 5 licenses) 

Write OutLOUD (labs, library and as requested)


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