Where to go and who to see at ATIA 2020


Are you heading to ATIA this year? Whether it’s your first time attending or you're an ATIA pro, there’s a lot to take in over the course of the conference. To help, we’ve put together this guide of recommended sessions. And if you find yourself needing a break from the sessions, be sure to stop by Booth #504 during the Exhibit Hall Hours to chat with our group of Texthelpers!

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Join us at BETT 2020 to minimise teacher workload and maximise student outcomes!


On 22-25 January 2020, 34,000 visitors and 800 companies will come together at the global meeting place for all things education...BETT. This event brings together people, ideas, practices and technologies so that educators and learners can fulfill their potential.

At Texthelp, we believe that regardless of an individual student's ability and aspirations, literacy is an integral part of every young person’s learning journey. The ability to read and write with confidence impacts all aspects of a child’s academic, social and personal development, from the early years right through to graduation and beyond.

Therefore, it is our mission to provide the right technology to educators, to support students on their personal literacy and learning journeys. Through innovative technology that can help students read, write and express their thoughts with clarity and confidence, we can unlock everyone’s full potential.

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Texthelp’s FETC 2020 Recommended Sessions


Believe it or not, the 2020 Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) is just around the corner, taking place January 14 - 17 in Miami, FL! This year’s theme is ‘Maximizing the potential of education technology - and your students.’ With more than 600 learning opportunities over the course of 4 jam-packed days, we know you have some tough choices ahead of you. Luckily, we’re here to help you maximize your time as well, thanks to our list of FETC 2020 recommended sessions.

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Personalize Writing Assessments with WriQ’s Custom Rubrics


Most of my days are pretty cool - I get to talk about WriQ and show teachers how we can make their jobs a little easier. Some days are a little bit cooler than others though, and today is one of those days because I get to tell you that WriQ now allows you to add, create, and edit your own rubrics! We understand how important this feature is, and we’re super excited to let you know that it’s here!

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Guest blog: Supporting striving students: Using EdTech for differentiation in the innovative writing classroom


Teaching writing is difficult. Results from a quick survey I typically give to the hundreds of educators I work with each year found that I am not alone in saying that I don’t recall ever being taught how to explicitly teach writing in my undergraduate work. It wasn’t until I entered my Master’s Program that I learned how to truly teach writing. It was around this same time I started graduate work that the school I was teaching at adopted a one-to-one laptop program, meaning, the school provided all students with a laptop for scholastic use and bring home with them each night. What I realized early on in this technology adoption and graduate learning was that I had the ability to differentiate in my innovative writing classroom much, much easier. 

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