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New technology could help revolutionise way dyslexic people learn

A project is being launched to assess whether using a digital highlighter can help dyslexic people to learn. The project, which will include up to 200 dyslexic students, is designed to evaluate the benefits of using technology in special education needs (SEN) teaching through the use of the C-Pen TS1 digital highlighter. Technology manufacturer C Technologies is donating its C-Pen to Dyslexia Action classrooms and will provide training to the charity’s specialist SEN teachers as part of a three-month pilot. The students, who will range in age from Key Stage 4 through to university level, all with varying degrees of


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