Using a tablet and stylus, it takes just a few minutes to analyse a child’s current handwriting level. Through their chosen handwriting scheme and with the option of pre-set lessons, Kaligo provides teachers with real-time data that directly correlates to a pupil’s writing capability. This information helps teachers to properly address any writing achievement gaps with immediate feedback and repetition, pupils receive automated, individual interventions.
Kaligo (@KaligoApps_EN) has further developed their handwriting EdTech for the cloud, which will help foster a love of handwriting both at home and in the classroom to help fill the gaps to support the recovery curriculum.
Schools in Cumbria are invited to try one of the latest DfE approved apps, Kaligo, at the IMET exhibition next week, 13th and 14th March 2020. The IMET exhibition brings together teachers from across Cumbria and is an ideal opportunity for teachers who were unable to travel to London for BETT to see the latest EdTech solutions available. This year the event is being held in two locations, Barrow in Furness on Tuesday March 13th, and Penrith on Wednesday 14th.
@KaligoApps_EN approved by @EducationGovUK as ‘Early years app’ to kick start learning at home
Today (21 Feb), the DfE have approved six ‘Early years apps’ to help parents and carers kick start learning at home. The launch follows a competition to find the best quality educational apps for young children, where a panel of experts has approved six expert-approved smartphone and tablet apps to help parents support their children with reading, writing and speaking.
At Bett 2020, see the new #AI digital handwriting app from Kaligo on stand FS25. Kaligo combines years of neuroscientific research with the latest AI technology and is a new tool that will help teachers highlight handwriting difficulties in a few minutes. Teachers choose their preferred handwriting scheme and either a pre-set lesson or set their own lesson for their pupils.
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