Putting on a large event online is quite a daunting task. Since Covid-19 I have been doing a lot of them and have picked up some valuable hints and tips on doing them. So much so that I would like to offer it to anyone out there who wants to put on an event. I can do the following for you:-
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Manage any access and running difficulties on the day.
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Caroline Bateman has a ton of useful resources that parents, pupils and teacher’s alike can benefit from. Why not take a click across to her Youtube Channel and find out more. Please take a look and subscribe to her channel.
I was asked to contribute to this month’s edition of SEN Magazine. Please go over to https://senmagazine.co.uk/. Here is a direct link to the article. https://senmagazine.co.uk/sen-online/sen111/#p=47. Buy a subscription. It’s worth the money. There is a section on Assistive Technology with articles by Mark McCuster ( Texthelp) , Paul Doyle & Antony Ruck. Great source of information about Assistive Technology.
This is a highly innovative and imaginative website. Combining PE with different subjects under the guise of being a flamingo chicks. The graphics are superb and it involves eye-catching movement and interaction. Design for children with disabilities and using motivating themes this is a great workout for lockdown
That was the remark made by Cliff Richard, pop singer, after decades of being in the charts! But it applies to me today as I had a message from a friend to say that he was marking one of his students paper and he saw that the student had quoted me! I hope he gave the student a good mark!
My thanks to Elisabeth Takyi and the A2i for doing a splended job in posting out this interview. I had a great time on the show and always happy to talk about Assistive Technology. For more videos about Dyslexia from A2i Dyslexia please go to https://a2idyslexia.org.uk/videos/