Anki is an advanced flashcard program that makes any kind of studying or learning better tailored to fit your learning pace. The flashcard program supports more than just simple text. It is able to present images, audio, videos, and scientific markup as well, allowing Anki to quiz you in almost any field.Read more
Hairy Letters is an application by Nessy Learning Limited that is designed to help students 4-6 years old with recognizing the phonic value of letters along with the letters’ names. Students trace the letters with their finger right on the screen with the help of colorful monsters, interacting with these animations to make the learning experience a fun one. The app also has games to help reinforce the learned material. There are even games...Read more
A vital part of early reading acquisition is the ability of the child to understand and utilize the association between the spoken words they are familiar with and the visual written form of the words.Read more
NaturalReader 13 is a text-to-speech software that has a larger selection of natural sounding read-back voices than most similar software. The software comes with up to thirty voice options and eight read-back speeds. It is compatible with Microsoft Word, eBooks, PDF files, emails, and any website, along with both PCs and Macs. Use the Floating Bar feature while using any application on your computer by highlighting the desired text and clicking the playback button.Read more
Available for Android devices, the IDEAL Group Reader is a free eBook reader application created to assist with reading. The app can read text aloud, highlighting the sections of text being read if desired. The app is catered towards students, with note-taking abilities using speech recognition and permanent highlighting of the text. Students can have...Read more
Although our understanding of dyslexia continues to grow and accommodations in today’s schools continue to improve, there is still much to learn about the disability. A study published in the Biological Psychiatry online journal reveals more about the dyslexic’s brain functional...