Dyslexia Awareness Month: WIN C-Pen Class Set
October is International Dyslexia Awareness month and Dyslexia Canada is launching its second year of Mark It Read Campaign in support of those with a learning disability that makes it difficult for them to read, write and spell.
This month buildings across Canada will light up red to show support for those living with dyslexia, and teachers and schools can get involved as well!
Plus Scanning Pens is showing its support with a contest. A Canadian classroom can win a class pack of Reader Pens by sharing a photo supporting the #MarkItRead campaign.
This month the CN Tower, BC Place, Winnipeg sign and more will light up red in support of dyslexia awareness.
For many students that struggle with studying and participating in class due to dyslexia, a C-Pen can be a lifesaver and the perfect tool both in- and outside the classroom.
Canadian Students Success with C-Pens: Videos
One profiles an elementary/middle school, the second is from a high school.
The C-Pens is a scan and read pen that delivers reliable, easy-to-use text-to-speech. Lightweight and small enough for even young hands, it’s discreet and effective for all sorts of textbooks worksheets, even manuals and journals. Perfect for school, work placements and post-secondary study.
There’s also an ExamPen version designed specifically for independent reading in a high-stakes testing scenario.
Schools can try the ReaderPen for free. Contact us for further info.
ReaderPens Class pack contest Details:
In support of Dyslexia Awareness Month, Scanning Pens has offered to supply one winning classroom a $3000 class pack of Reader Pens.
To participate in the contest share a photo of your school’s participation in the campaign on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #MarkItRead.
- Aigerim Malataeva