Supporting Dyslexia: How Scanning Pens Transform Learning

How Tutors Can Use Empathy to Support Students Who Are Disengaged from School

Jack Churchill is the Co-Founder of Scanning Pens, a forward-thinking company that transforms the lives of people with dyslexia. From school students to prisoners to library visitors, the assistive technology that Jack, and Co-Founder Toby Sutton, have pioneered provides a life-changing improvement.

As someone with dyslexia himself, Jack understands the intricacies of how the condition affects learning and progress. As such, the design of the pens allows for a distraction-free environment tailored to simplicity and efficacy.

The benefits for teachers and tutors are endless and Jack provides all educators with a clear message: get in touch by emailing or visiting today to access your free trial.

Jack and his team will be hosting the two-day D.E.A.R For Dyslexia Learning Festival this Monday 29th (in the UK) and Tuesday 30th March (in the US) – to sign up for FREE, visit here (UK) or here (US).

To catch Jack speaking, do visit the Dear Dyslexic podcast.

“Our technology allows teachers to be more nimble and move around the classroom … not to sit with one or two students who dominate their time.”

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