OneNote Helps Dyslexic Children
Microsoft’s OneNote digital notebook has helped dyslexic children improve their reading and spelling skills in a trial led by a top UK school.
The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) is encouraging educators to look at the potential for using the technology in the classroom after OneNote was found to increase reading skills and boost confidence among young people with the condition.
Teachers involved in the project said they intended to continue using the tools as they have benefited their pupils, especially older students.
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