Our literacy support tool Read&Write offers help for everyday tasks. Like reading text out loud, understanding unfamiliar words and proofing written work. With tools that enrich both teaching and learning and help every student realise their full potential.
Provide students with access to a suite of twenty different reading support tools, including text-to-speech - where and when they need it. Giving them choice in how they access and engage with content and helping to improve their reading and comprehension skills.
Help students to study, revise, proofread and increase their understanding. Useful tools in Read&Write such as highlighters, voicenotes, vocab tools, audiomaker and more help students to study smarter, more independently and to a high standard.
Read&Write is particularly useful for students with learning difficulties, those students who have English as an Additional Languages or those with a mild visual impairment. Specific accessibility tools alongside the reading and writing tools, help to create a level playing field for all.
We offer our literacy support toolbar free for primary and secondary school teachers.
This means you can get a premium subscription of Read&Write for free!
We’re a very Google-apps focused school, running sessions through Google Classroom. Supporting this, we’ve made Texthelp’s Read&Write available on every device so it’s constantly accessible to all our students, and the reason we did that is we believe that it has a suite of tools that can help absolutely any student, in and beyond the classroom.
Enjoy the benefits of Read&Write on Chromebooks, Windows PCs, Macs, iPad and Android tablets.Read&Write provides reading and writing support for students, where and when they need it. By integrating seamlessly with Windows based tools, Google Workspace for Education and Apple products.
This means that your students can work uninterrupted with programs that are familiar to them.
Our pricing page provides guide prices for Read&Write - contact our sales team to get specific pricing based on the number of users who need a license.
If you’re a teacher, parent or individual who wishes to purchase their own Read&Write license, please use our store. You can purchase up to 10 single licenses using your credit or debit card.
Some features on the toolbar do require internet access. While Read&Write for Google Chrome is a browser extension that requires the internet for most features, text to speech can still be used offline. In the case of using the desktop versions of Read&Write for Windows and Mac, only a few features require the internet.
Yes, Read&Write can be pushed out by an Admin so teachers, staff and students do not need to install it themselves. Check out our Admin Wizard for more details.
Read&Write is constantly evolving, and receives updates every 4-6 weeks. These updates can range from small bug fixes to brand new features and major enhancements.
Yes, Read&Write works in many of the major LMS's such as Canvas, Schoology and Brightspace. If you don't see your LMS on that list, just ask us.