From growing an inclusive, fair environment to driving innovation with unique perspectives, there are many ways neurodiversity strengthens any organization.
A report from EY and Made By Dyslexia found that Dyslexic strengths align to the skills of the future (as identified by the World Economic Forum). These include visualization, creativity, cognitive flexibility, logical reasoning, complex problem solving, and more.
1 in 3 people show unconscious bias against people with disabilities, including neurodifferences. As individuals we can all challenge our own biases. As HR leaders, you can encourage others to do the same.
While UDL is a common phrase in many schools today, it can be difficult to implement practically in the classroom. To help with this, I’ve put together a list of 7 Universal Design for Learning strategies and examples for the classroom.
Equatio makes mathematics and science accessible on any page, in any document with its powerful screenshot reader. With such a strong suite of features we know that Equatio transforms the maths and science classroom experience for many students.
It now provides unrivalled accessible maths for students. Since Equatio is your students’ dependable, normal way of working across the year, it’s crucial that this support, and accessibility is available at exam time.