WriteOnline App
Reviews and success stories

Rossett School

Elaine Fazakerley, the school's Literacy Coordinator, shares how they have been using the app to support children who have special access arrangements for exams.

“The students are mainly using it for their English exams. Their recent mock exams were a real success; one particular student got a ‘C’ in his English Language mock, which we’re really pleased with as it would simply not have been possible without the help of WriteOnline..."

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Teach Secondary’s Teach ICT Supplement

John Dabell reviews the WriteOnline App for Teach Secondary's Teach ICT Supplement.

“In the ocean of writing iPad apps could WriteOnline be one of the Great White Sharks? Educationally speaking, the answer is yes - because this app has been designed to help secondary pupils with a collection of tools to support their writing across the curriculum, and there aren’t many out there that do that."

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WriteOnline App Review - High School and Autism

Jill is a former IP attorney who turned her fascination with technology into a new career. She served as the Reviews Editor of SmartAppsforKids.com and has contributed to numerous other ed tech blogs.

“What’s not to love about a mind-reading word processor that lets you draft a document on a lime green background using purple ink? WriteOnline is part of a continuum of writi ng supports that students can use throughout their school years and beyond."

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OT's with Apps

Carol Leynse-Harpold is a licensed Occupational Therapist who received a B.S. in Occupational Therapy, a Master's of Science in Adaptive Education & Assistive Technology, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, and earned the ATP certification from RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America).

“With features similar to their Clicker Docs app, WriteOnline app has a more mature look for middle school or older students using the iPad."

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