If you’re finding it hard to access your learning, there may be technology available that could help you.

How can technology help to support your learning?

When we use the term ‘technology’, it usually means devices, software or equipment that can be used to help you with your learning. For example, an iPad can help pupils with dyslexia to make mindmaps. There are lots of different types of technology that can help you to learn.

An image with a purple and blue background with illustrations of technological devices such as tablets and computers. The text reads: 'Technology could support your learning by helping you: communicate in school, see or read your school work, make notes in class, remember information, hear what is being said in class, work by yourself, sit exams. How do I ask about technology to help me with my learning? Speak to your class teacher or the person who is responsible for you support at school. If you have a support plan, ask to talk about the use of technology at your next planning meeting. Share with your school any ideas about technology that could help you – maybe you already use something at home that could help at school?'

More information:

If you would like to find out more about technology that could help you with your learning, Call Scotland can help. You can visit their website here: www.callscotland.org.uk.

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