EdTech and Literacy - Improving Inclusion

EdTech and Literacy - Improving Inclusion for all

Technology can help learners who struggle with literacy, for a host of reasons, such as dyslexia.

This online session features a range of different online tools and resources that can help expand the teachers toolkit to help learners struggling with reading and writing.

For the learners, many of the tools and resources featured can open up their access to the curriculum and their own creative expression.

Introducing John Galloway - ICT, SEN and Inclusion Consultant

The session is led by John Galloway, who up until easter 2022, was the Advisory Teacher for ICT, SEN and Inclusion in Tower Hamlets

John is a specialist in the use of technology to support the inclusion of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the curriculum. His work covers all phases of schools and learners with a very broad range of SEND.

He has devised and delivered courses at post-graduate and foundation degree levels, and taught teaching assistants at many different levels, including NVQ.

His articles have appeared in TES, Guardian, Special Children, SECED, and Special World, along with a diverse range of blogs. His several books include co-authoring, 'Learning with Mobile and Handheld Technologies' ' winner of Best Book in the 2015 Technology and Innovation Awards.