One thing that can really help any student is to provide information that students can refer back with multi-media supports. Following are some easy tools to help you provide information to students.
Consider posting all of your required assignments and handouts to Homelink. For longer assignments provide audio, text and video support. Audio can be added to .pdf files through Adobe Reader XI as well as into PowerPoint presentations, word documents and Prezi presentations.
Consider having an interactive place for students to contact each other for help such as creating an Edmodo site. Each school has an Edmodo account.
You can pretty easily create interactive web-based lessons using TedEd, Blendspace (formally educanvas) or Educanon. There are also a number of good apps including Explain Everything, Show Me and Educreations.
Of course there are video recording programs - Jing, which provides 5 minutes of free screencasting, Quick Time for Apple, recording in PowerPoint, Screen-casto-matic and Screenr - free web-based screencasting programs, and Community Clips a free screencasting program from Microsoft.
The ATAAC Team can provide training during our Open Labs as requested.