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We were recently asked about using DocsPlus to support students in Vocational Programs. With Wordbars to support structured written work and WorkSpaces to organize ideas and plan for writing, it’s certainly a great program to support your students.
Significant federal and private funds are available to school districts. Here’s what’s currently available and how you can make use of them to support your students’ needs.
Our Clicker and DocsPlus files can be shared in a number of ways. Here's how you can share your files via the cloud, email and your school network.
If you’re looking to support your students in extending and improving their writing, here are a few ways that you can use Word Banks in Clicker and Wordbars in DocsPlus to help.
Our new DocsPlus Universal licensing system makes it easier than ever for you to provide your students with the reading and writing support they need.
Here are just a few of the many wonderful Clicker and DocsPlus success stories we received during the last few months!
In the English Literature section of LearningGrids, you will find activities that provide pupils with support for writing and planning when studying a range of set texts.
We have recently published new DocsPlus sets for two popular literature texts – Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë and Holes by Louis Sachar.
We are very excited to share the news that our brand new LearningGrids website is now LIVE and, we think you’ll agree, looking AMAZING!
A recent report by the Education Endowment Foundation offers guidance to help improve secondary students’ literacy in all curriculum subjects. Many of the report’s recommendations are very much at the heart of our DocsPlus resources
It’s that time of year again, when Apple release their new versions of macOS and iOS. The new OSes bring with them a host of new features and accessibility options, which we have detailed for you.
We’ve created a guide to show you the different ways that DocsPlus can be used to support students who require testing accommodations.
The first few weeks of the new school year are undoubtedly a hectic time for students and teachers, but it’s the best time to audit your software licenses and consider whether they need to be changed so you don’t run into problems later.