#TheFeed is back for the March/April 2017 edition, and focusses on Accessibility. In the latest issue you’ll find stories from schools specialising in SEND, studies from the British Dyslexia Association, and the latest on technologies that can aid SEND learners and those who teach them.
This article is written by Paul Dredge, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, who reviews three different devices: the Viglen Duo tab; HP X2 210; and a Surface Pro 4, discussing the respective strengths and areas of suitability of all three.… Visit the author's original post
For a limited time, schools renewing their EES agreements by December 31st, 2016 receive an exclusive 20% savings on Microsoft Premium Surface Pro 4 and Premium Surface Book EDU Bundles and Complete for EDU Bundles.
Pen and paper, evolved
The included Surface Pen provides a precise, on-screen digital pen input that enhances student learning through hand- written note taking. It allows students to more accurately express their ideas and gives them the freedom to solve complex problems and equations.
Any learner, any age
Cater to any learning style or any age with one device.… Visit the author's original post
This post was originally published on the Interface Magazine Online website – you can read the original post here. How often do you want to access the internet but can’t because your device is connected via Wi-Fi to the classroom … Continue reading
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