School Uses Technology to Assist Dyslexic Pupils

VOICED: A specialist school which teaches children with dyslexia and learning difficulties is trialling a new software to help them learn. An Immersive Reader programme lets pupils immediately hear back what they've written, making it easier to spot mistakes. Our technology correspondent Tom Cheshire has been sent back to school to find out more. Interviews with Janet Lusty, Head Teacher Knowle School, Kate Saunders, Chief Executive, British Dyslexia Association and voxpops with students on February 11, 2017 in London, England.

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Clip #: 641773644HD
Collection: Sky News
Date created: 11 February, 2017
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Clip length: 00:02:43:20
Location: London, England, United Kingdom
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