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The importance of edtech to create an inclusive classroom

How can teachers use assistive technology to make education truly inclusive? From useful compensation tools to making the classroom a welcoming place for everyone.

[Texthelp Talks] How to build on neurodiversity to include everyone

Technology can help us embrace learners’ diversity by creating opportunities to access learning in differing ways. Check the latest blog by Patrick McGrath, EdTech Strategist at Texthelp.

The key role of EdTech in Special Education

Special needs require personalized solutions: that is why EdTech has a key role to create a level playing field in Special Education.

How EdTech can help to deal with colour blindness

Everyone deserves the same opportunities to learn, even if they see the world a little differently. Learn how technology can support the colour-blind in their day-to-day life at school.

How teachers can help pupils suffering from reading disorder

EdTech includes many solutions to support teachers in helping students suffering from reading disorder: discover them!

What Adaptive learning is and how it can impact on classroom experience

With the support of EdTech, Adaptive Learning allows teacher to enhance the best skills of each student.

Enhancing the learning process through text-to-speech technologies

Text-to-speech technology works in a very simple way: it converts text into audio. It's as simple as important, first of all for students struggling with learning disabilities.

How to bring out each student’s skills through personalized learning

Personalized learning is a more effective teaching method than the traditional "one size fits all education", that can really enhance any students' skill.

The important role of technology in treating Dyscalculia

Children affected by Dyscalculia have serious difficulties in learning maths. Discover how Education Technology can help them to overcome this disorder.

5 ways to help students suffering from Language Processing Disorder

Language Processing Disorder (LPD) is one of the most serious issues that can affect young students, but EduTech can support teachers to improve their learning experience.