Introducing the new Read&Write ePub Reader

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If you’ve been using Read&Write for Google Chrome, you might already know how to open an ePub book in your Google Drive with Read&Write. I'm pleased to let you know that from today, you’ll start seeing a new and improved ePub experience including the same Read&Write toolbar you’re accustomed to seeing in Docs, Slides and PDFs. Just right-click on an ePub in your Drive, and choose “Open with Read&Write for Google Chrome” to check it out.

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Are you improving reading comprehension with Read&Write?

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Reading comprehension is one of the most important skills for your students to master if they want to understand and engage with educational content across the curriculum. Keep reading to learn how Read&Write can help you improve the reading age or lexile level in your school.

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Five reasons why struggling readers benefit from using technology

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This guest blog post comes from Kristine Scharaldi, an education consultant and instructional coach with a specialization in the fields of educational technology, Mind-Brain-Education, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and 21st Century Skills/Global Education.

With over 20 years of experience providing customized professional development and training for educators, we turned to Kristine to hear how technology can benefit struggling readers.

If you want to support your struggling students through the help of education technology, you won't want to miss Kristine's post!

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Read&Write for Windows now available in French

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Great news for our friends in Canada! Read&Write for Windows is now available in French. At Texthelp it’s our mission to make reading, writing and study supports for students all around the globe, and we are excited to now provide French localized tools to our Windows users.

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‘Realising the potential of edtech’ - a refreshing vision from DfE

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The Department for Education’s edtech strategy was warmly received this year by educators, with a refreshing and clear recognition of the struggles faced by teachers daily, and an emphasis on addressing these with practical solutions - solutions which not only realise the potential of technology in education, but react to remove barriers educators have when it comes to integrating edtech into their everyday teaching practices.

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