Jason Carroll, Chief Product Officer at Texthelp is joined (for the second time) by the authors of Inclusive Learning 365: Chris Bugaj, Karen Janowski, Mike Marotta and Beth Poss - who all come from a variety of backgrounds in education.
To innovate and create our own future, we need to think differently. And to unlock the potential of all students, we need to create more inclusive learning experiences. In this episode of Texthelp Talks, we’re joined by Rachel Nowicki to discuss all things accessibility by design.
Rae is the Disability Support Advisor at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology. She discusses the Institute’s approach to inclusion and how this gives their Neurodiverse students opportunities to succeed with engineering and maths from day one.
In this episode of the Texthelp Talks podcast, we caught up with Caroline Wright, live from Bett 2022. Caroline is the Director General of the British Educational Suppliers Association. BESA is the UK’s national industry association for educational products and services. Caroline talked to us about the work BESA do to support schools and educators. As well as reflecting on the past 2 years, where we're at now and how we can maintain momentum with EdTech to make our schools even more inclusive.
In this special Texthelp Talks series, we took the podcast on the road to capture all things Bett 2022. In this episode we're joined by a host of different speakers and even some special VIPs (Very Important Pupils). Tune in if you missed Bett this year or if you want to check out what you might have missed while you were exploring the show.
In this episode of Texthelp Talks, we are joined by Baasit Siddiqui, TV star and Director of Siddiqui Education. Baasit shares with us his experiences as a former head of department and his drive to close the achievement gap. He talks to us about his work in helping to educate, motivate and develop the skills of disadvantaged school children across the nation. He also explores how the wider community can help schools to support young people and give them greater opportunities for success.
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) recommends that access arrangements for exams are part of a student's "normal way of working". But what does this mean and what does this look like in a busy classroom environment?
In this episode, we're putting these questions and more to Simon Tanner from Bohunt Education Trust. Simon shares his experience as Director of SEND in supporting students to produce their best work and have the right opportunities come exam time.