MyStudyBar is a suite of portable Windows freeware applications assembled into one package tosupport learners with literacy difficulties. It can be run from a USB pendrive or from your desktop.MyStudyBar is designed to support the complete study cycle from planning and structuring thoughtsand ideas to support with reading and writing. It is designed to run … Continue reading MyStudyBar
In a recent post we shared Wyn Mc Cormack’s guide to accessing digital books. Today, we would like to direct you to a website –helpmykidlearn.ie which was developed by the Department of Education and Skills to improve literacy and numeracy among children. Use the slider on the opening page to select your child’s age and … Continue reading Help my kid learn
‘I found it brilliant, jam-packed with information and advice and it was performed in such a professional manner’
Digital copies of books are very useful for students with dyslexia as it enables them to see and hear the text.
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I found it brilliant, jam-packed with information and advice and it was performed in such a professional manner’.
‘Very informative. We felt we saw some possible direction and hope for our child into the future’.