June 2019

EduTech 2019 - Inspiration from the depths of a Thai cave


The Texthelp team really enjoyed the EduTech Conference in Sydney last week! It was great to see so many familiar faces and to meet others who are every bit as keen as we are on the power of technology, to personalise learning and to support independent achievement by all students. Of all ages and abilities.

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Have you POURed enough into your website?


Every organization strives for excellence, and for educational institutions this means providing the best learning environment for each and every learner. We know that providing a supportive experience for your learners is at the forefront of everything you do, but does your website also live up to your standards?

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Bullis Students Make “Math Clocks” Using Texthelp’s EquatIO, Old CD’s and the Laser Engraver


This is a guest blog post from Caitlin Zolet and Stacey Roshan, educators at the Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland. The original post can be found on Stacey's personal blog: techieMusings.

Last May, my colleague — middle school math teacher Caitlin Zolet — was looking to bring some fun and creative expression to exam review for her pre-algebra students. Inspired by math wall clocks, Caitlin decided to have her students pull together skills they had learned over the course of the year to design clocks of their own.

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