27 October 2016Deena Kimmel, Marketing Specialist
19 October 2016Ruth Scott
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a popular education framework that supports all students, no matter their learning level or preferred style of learning. Therefore, Edtech that is designed with UDL in mind has tools and features that support a diverse range of learners. The staff and students at Chagrin Falls Schools in Ohio have shared with us how Read&Write has improved learning for every student.
If your school is considering a whole school approach this year and you're thinking about what kind of tools will help, our latest video should give you some ideas. Claire Belk and her colleagues from Oswestry School in Shropshire have talked us through using Edtech to develop literacy strategies across their school.
14 October 2016Jason Carroll, Global Product Manager
10 October 2016Shauna Hanna
The ability for students to express themselves accordingly based off what they are reading is an important skill that will help them transition to both higher education and the workplace.
Fluency Tutor for Google provides a great way to help students practice their expression when reading. Not only can students practice their reading over and over again, listening back to themselves as they go, but they can also share with their teacher to get feedback as well.
06 October 2016Mark McCusker, CEO
Texthelp’s literacy and language support toolbar is now available on CommonLit’s free educational content platform.
06 October 2016Jason Carroll, Global Product Manager
Originally posted in The Huffington Post UK, our CEO Mark McCusker discusses the importance of providing people that live with dyslexia, or any learning difficulty for that matter, with the support they need to overcome their condition and realise their full potential as early as possible.
A few weeks ago we announced several new features and enhancements to Read&Write for Google Chrome™ just in time for back to school. In both our blog post and webinar we also hinted at some additional updates coming soon.
We’re happy to announce that the first of those updates, a new Practice Reading Aloud feature, is now available.
The Practice Reading Aloud feature lets students select any text from a Google Doc or the web, practice and record themselves reading it aloud, listen to their recording, and even share it with their teacher! And it’s a completely free feature - the first new free feature to be added to the toolbar since Read&Write launched!
Keep reading for additional details on how it works, as well as a short overview video.