Adult online course

5 Benefits of Taking Online Courses

Online classes have grown in popularity across the entire country even more now with the coronavirus, as nearly all colleges provide online courses. These classes

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World’s first app screens for motor dysgraphia using Artificial Intelligence

Dystech, an Australian start-up that is using the technological power of AI and Machine Learning to solve real-world problems, has created the world’s first app

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6 Google Chrome Extensions for Students with Special Needs

Because of modern developments, gone are the days when a disability hinders a person’s right to learn in proper settings like schools and universities. Today’s

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The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Education

The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Education

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been steadily affecting people’s lives over the past few years. Every industry has benefitted from utilising artificial intelligence in their operations

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Measuring Literacy

Why Measuring Literacy Performance is Important

Malcolm X once said, “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” However, sizeable segments of

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4 Ways to Encourage a Love of Reading in Young Children

Some children naturally adore reading. Even at a young age, these children sit and look at the pictures in their favourite books rather than play

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Dystech winner of EduGrowth Business Plan Competition

Dystech winner 🥳 Dystech has won the Australian Edtech Business Plan Competition organised by EduGrowth. The competition is designed to drive innovation within the Education

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Amazon invites regional Dyslexia startup Dystech to Singapore

Australian start-up Dystech was recently invited to attend a special three-day educational event held at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore. Currently creating an assessment

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Why We Should Stop Calling Dyslexia a Disability

If there is one curious thing about dyslexia, it is the fact that society still needs to be educated about it despite the enormity of

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