Texthelp Trio: accessibility across the curriculum

Festival of Inclusive Education: On Demand

Session details & slides

  • Learning needs such as dyslexia affect students across subject areas, so it's important to have measures in place that provide students with curriculum-wide support. With this trio of Texthelp tools, students can have seamless and consistent support that is there to help them as and when they need it. Join us to see how Read&Write, Equatio and OrbitNote help students achieve more in literacy, maths and beyond.

  • Born in Peru and now based in Northern Ireland, Gustavo Ebermann's multicultural background and personal experiences have shaped and solidified his commitment to contributing to a more inclusive and diverse education experience. Gustavo helps Multi-Academy Trusts and school groups achieve digital inclusion at scale. He works in partnership and in collaboration to ensure they have the knowledge, strategy and implementation guidance to make it happen, to drive positive change for teaching & learning and empower every learner.

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How Dyslexia impacts maths and where Dyscalculia fits in

Kate Davies, Lecturer in Special Educational Needs (Dyslexia and Dyscalculia) at Edge Hill University

Supporting students with dyslexia

Lindsay Fuller, SENDCo, Northampton School for Girls, Jilanne Littlechild, Specialist Diverse Learning, Education and Research, Sydney Catholic Schools & Greg O'Connor, Head of Education AsiaPac, Texthelp

Why inclusive education matters

Nic Ponsford FRSA FIESE, Award-winning CEO & Founder of the Global Equality Collective (GEC) and Co-Head of Education, Microlink

Necessary for some, useful for all: The benefits of universal support

Emil Zankov, Leader of Innovation and Enterprise, Pedare Christian College, Susan Ward, Quality Improvement Officer (Digital Inclusion and Learning), Midlothian Council, Paddy McGrath, Head of Education Strategy, Texthelp & Rachel Coathup, Customer Success Director, Texthelp

Reaching every student with Universal Design for Learning

Loren Swancutt, Education Consultant, School Inclusion Network for Educators (SINE)