New Training Portal Videos – OneNote Learning Tools

New Training Portal Videos – OneNote Learning Tools

Have you discovered the Learning Tools within OneNote?

We’ve just updated our Training Portal with a brand new selection of Training Videos and Guides, showcasing the amazing new features available within OneNote, utilising the Learning Tools add-on.

Learning Tools for OneNote – Making it easier to read and write.

The Learning Tools for OneNote help everyone improve their reading and writing skills, including gifted learners, students with learning differences or a combination of any of the broad range of unique student abilities.

Access all of the videos on the Wyvern Training Portal here today, absolutely free!

Built-in reading and writing tools improve learning outcomes for all students.
All students can benefit from increased reading comprehension.

  • English language learners can increase their fluency.
  • Emerging readers can feel confident when reading material at a higher level.
  • Students with learning differences like dyslexia can decode text more easily.

Students become independent readers

Students are already using OneNote for their school work, and because the Learning Tools for OneNote are built-in, they are non-stigmatizing for the students who rely on them.
Teachers, para-educators, and parents are able to leverage this simple technology to provide the support for students who need additional help with reading.
Although created to meet the unique learning needs of students with dyslexia, [Learning Tools for OneNote] provides access for all learners, ensuring that the tenets of Universal Design for Learning are met. Software programs that provide a range of attributes create accessibility opportunities for a range of learners, increasing functionality and learning outcomes.
English language learners, students with disabilities, and students with limited academic opportunities all benefit from OneNote toolbar. Providing access to learning to all students benefits our future.
Dr. Betsy Doone, professor of Special Education at the University of South Florida

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