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Our resident EdTech Strategist, Patrick McGrath, recently took part in a roundtable discussion with a panel of education experts, sharing their thoughts on the lessons learned from COVID-19 and its impact on the digital future of education. Read Patrick’s insights into the key challenges currently facing education, the impact on policy & budget and the EdTech tools that are likely here to stay.
Equatio and OrbitNote won Tech & Learning’s Best of Show at ISTELive 2022. Tech & Learning’s annual awards celebrate the product and businesses who are transforming education in schools around the world.
On 20 October, join us for our first ever virtual conference, the Festival of Inclusive Education. Hear from Texthelp's Patrick McGrath on why we're celebrating inclusive education and what his must see sessions are.
A fresh new year is upon us once again and we’ve caught up with our ‘chief geek’ Martin McKay - our Chief Technology Officer and one of the founders of Texthelp, to see what his predictions are for Education Technology this in-coming year.
In our latest collaboration with the Edufuturists, they discuss how changes in legislation and the shift to remote learning are bringing learner inequalities to the fore for many Further and Higher Education organisations. Helping to shape accessibility by design rather than default across education.
How using technology can minimize teacher workload and maximize student potential
In this Back to School blog, we’re discussing how Read&Write can be the digital pencil case for all students - across the curriculum, to help you think differently about your lesson planning, and the technology that your school has invested in.
Originally appearing in Education Today in April 2021, our AsiaPac Education and Technology Lead, Greg O'Connor shares his thoughts on the issues we need to address to future proof education in Australia.
Queensland Public Schools welcome move to ease access to digital learning tools. Read on to learn more about the changes.
Assistive technology can benefit every learner, not just SEN students