Tools that work together to support all students

There is a major shift happening in education today. Thanks to an increase in education technology, popular teaching frameworks like Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and a growing acceptance of neurodiversity both at school and in the workplace, a new learning environment is emerging - one that is geared towards personalising the learning experience for each and every student.

At Texthelp, it is our goal to support this new learning environment by equipping schools and teachers with easy-to-use tools that can offer that personalised experience. That is why we’ve created the Texthelp Toolkit, a collection of apps and extensions that work seamlessly together within the G Suite environment, enabling every student to achieve their potential.

Texthelp Toolkit Classroom
Texthelp Toolkit Read and Write

Read&Write for Google Chrome™

One of the key goals of personalised learning is to provide students with the opportunity to choose how they access educational content, comprehend it, and communicate their learnings.

Our Read&Write literacy software makes the web, documents and files more accessible - any time, any place, and on any platform. From reading on-screen text aloud to researching and checking written work, Read&Write makes lots of everyday tasks more achievable for all types of learners, including students with dyslexia and other learning difficulties, English language learners, and high performing students. It’s a big confidence booster for anyone who needs a little extra help with their reading and writing, at school or at home.
Texthelp Toolkit Fluency Tutor Reading

Fluency Tutor® for Google™

When students are tackling lessons at different speeds or from different angles in a personalised learning classroom, it can become very difficult to monitor individual progress. This can be particularly problematic when it comes to reading fluency and comprehension. If every student is reading a different passage or going at a different pace, it’s nearly impossible for a teacher to work one-on-one with every student during class time.

That’s why we’ve incorporated Fluency Tutor into our Toolkit. Fluency Tutor allows students to record themselves reading a Lexile-leveled passage and then share that content with their teacher - away from the pressures of reading aloud in the classroom environment. Developed with built-in Read&Write features, including text-to-speech, students can personalise their approach to reading and comprehension. And thanks to the recording, time-stretched teachers can review on their own time.
Texthelp Toolkit Snapverter


Just because there is a shift towards personalised learning in today’s schools doesn’t mean that all teacher resources are formatted to support a personalised experience.

That’s where Snapverter comes in. Snapverter is an easy to use add-on for Read&Write that transforms inaccessible papers and files into accessible PDFs that can be supported by Read&Write. Plus, these converted files can be shared via Google Drive with students and other teachers on any device - PCs, Macs, Chromebooks or tablets.
Texthelp Toolkit Equatio

EquatIO® for Google

Personalised learning is not limited to English Language Arts, of course. Students learn differently across all subjects, and therefore, require tools that can help them differentiate their learning no matter which course they’re taking.

EquatIO, our digital equation editor, brings personalisation and accessibility to STEM classrooms. With EquatIO, students can choose from a variety of input methods to create digital maths and express their thinking. Plus, with EquatIO’s integration with Read&Write, maths and STEM can now be read aloud, clearly and accurately, making STEM content accessible.

How much does it cost?

Discounted pricing is available for unlimited licenses. If you would like more product information or pricing, please get in touch.

Why choose the Texthelp Toolkit for your school/district?

  • Supports struggling learners
  • Improves whole school learning across all grades and subjects
  • Enhances language development
  • Provides multiple means of expression and engagement
  • Frees up time-stretched teachers
  • Boosts student confidence and independence
  • Supports the needs of a diverse classroom