As another school year begins many of us are still trying to process the last tricky 24 months. Now we're wondering what lies ahead for 2022. At Texthelp we have seen an increase in usage of educational technology over the last 2 years. So we know that schools are adapting to ensure a great education for everyone. Using digital tools allows for creativity, flexibility and collaboration.
On 23 - 25 March 2022, over 20,000 visitors and 400 companies will come together at Bett. The global meeting place for all things education technology. Across 3 days attendees will be immersed in inspiring content, be able to network with fellow educators and meet leading solutions providers. It’s fair to say, there’s a lot to take in. To help we’ve put together a list of sessions not to be missed.
Today's web surfers live in a multitasking world. Often content is consumed on-the-go. Some may snack on content in between meetings, while others digest it as they’re watching Netflix. When it comes to writing for the web, we asked 14 business professionals for their top tips.
IBM's Disability Employee Network Group (ENG) Lead and D&I Champion, Alix Horton, shares how they champion disability inclusion.
In this Q&A, Emma Mitchell, Talent Director at Ernst & Young (EY) who lives with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), shares how organisations can better support employees with chronic illness. Emma’s insights come from both her professional and personal experience in supporting employees with chronic illness and hidden disabilities.
This article was originally published in The Press and Journal on 8th January 2022.
Dyslexia manifests differently for everyone – letters facing backwards, jumbled words, moving text. It can be embarrassing and confusing, which leads many young people to find their own workarounds rather than risk letting anyone know they’re struggling.
But classes at Dingwall Academy are using learning software to help pupils overcome the symptoms of dyslexia.