After finishing my first marking period as a Title I teacher, I've finally realized that half the reason my students are having trouble is because they're simply having trouble reading the material. Fortunately, our school has software known as Audacity. I've just started recording lessons for all the teachers in my grade who have "non-readers" in their classes as a supplemental aid. My department chair is ecstatic about this and wants me to record lessons for other grade levels (I have a radio background and am not afraid of listening to my own voice). Has anyone else found this useful? Does anyone else take advantage of this kind of software? This may be more widely used by Special Education teachers (the teacher who trained me on the software was from our Department of Exceptional Children), but I don't know of anyone else who is recording audio lessons.