ADCET Webinar: Claro Writing Helper - Create an essay with the seven-step Claro Writing Helper process
Claro Writing Helper offers students and teachers a simple means of breaking the essay-writing process down into manageable and easy-to-understand chunks of work. Instead of being overwhelmed, confused, and anxious about a looming deadline and a seemingly impossible word count, the student will be guided through the process in a way that lets them focus on the task at hand. Starting with explicitly looking at the question, and slowly unravelling the essay-writing process one stage at a time at the student’s own pace, the student will export a fully formatted and referenced Word document.
This webinar demonstrated this best-practice process from start to finish, to show the value Claro Writing Helper will add to any student that is overwhelmed by their essays.
Stuart Marsden is the Product Manager. Stuart and oversees some of Claro’s product design and development. He is a professional engineer and scientist who has worked with assistive technology and medical devices and has always been interested in how technology can be used to improve the quality of our lives.
Jim Sprialis is an inclusive education and technology consultant and has been a leading influence in the field of inclusion and technology for 30 years. With a specialist knowledge base around disability and learning difficulties such as dyslexia, he is passionate about promoting inclusive technologies and universal design approaches.
Contact Jim Sprialis firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on Claro software, the provision of complimentary licensing or to arrange a free pilot trial for your school or institution.
ADCET is hosted by the University of Tasmania