Software and writings from John Davitt, teacher, keynote presenter and 'digital tool-maker'. It's rare for an educator to turn original ideas into exciting software, but John davitt has achieved that with RAG and The Learning Score.
From the days of Clicker, Crick has shown an unerring knack for picking up on learner and teacher needs and adding its own innovation to produce classroom classics. Its move to WriteOnline showed an understanding of the move to online and 'anywhere anytime' learning, and the need to add extra, easy-to-use facilities tailored for SEN learners.
2Simple has accomplished a major achievement - taking nearly all of the 'functionality' of its popular classroom favourites and making them available via a browser to learners and teachers at school, home or anywhere else (as long as the school or local authority purchase the correct licence). It also managed to add a few online extras too, and the feedback from early users, Croydon for example, has been very positive.
Stripey Software (Anithings)
Stripey Software's first product, Anithings, is a stand-out easy-to-use animation program for young learners. It managed to get shortlisted for and Education Resources Award while it was still in beta (test) mode.
Highly innovative software publishers. The founders were also creators of Softease. All the products work in browser windows and can be used in school learning platforms. Just2Easy is the online word processor for any age, and JIT (Just2Easy Infant Tools) is the new suite for infants.
Made in Me
Some of the principals are ex-Sibelius and helped make that into a must for music. Made in Me takes those quality benchmarks for early learners. You can get a tantalising taste at their new website.
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