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Maria Commisso is the Founder and Director of Learning at CoreSenses. She has extensive teaching and leadership experience in a variety of educational settings including primary and secondary schools. She is committed to providing a successful learning journey for all students.

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Online Tools to support Learning Challenges: Getting Started

An estimated 20% of children in Australia have some sort of learning difficulty or disability. A learning disability or difficulty affects a students whole school experience. It may also impact on their ability to manage online learning.

The online learning environment should offer quality teacher student interactions, and provide timely and constructive feedback.

Online learning platforms should deliver one-to-one interactions and personalised attention to achieve optimimum interaction and quality outcomes for students.

If your child is not reaching his or her full potential, they may need a learning program tailored just for them.


Keep reading to find out more about tools that support learning difficulties.


Difference between Learning Difficulties and Learning Disabilities?


The term "learning difficulty" is a broad term used for students who have problems learning. The student may have a medical, physical, or brain-related issue.


A learning "disability" is more specific. These children have difficulty using language or numbers because of different psychological factors. Reading, writing, speaking, and listening may be challenging for these students.


Supporting A Child With Learning Difficulties


Students with learning difficulties can become frustrated, act out, or give up on school. Parents, families, and teachers need to understand how to best support the child's needs.


The first step is to identify the problem. There are online screening tools for learning disabilities and difficulties. Here at CoreSenses our cognitive abilities assessment enables us to discover your child's strengths and weaknesses. . Our thorough assessment takes four to five hours and includes a comprehensive report.


Free Apps For Students With Learning Disabilities


There are numerous apps for students with learning disabilities that you can download. The apps address many different areas of learning difficulty. Some of these apps include:

  • ModMath

  • Omoguru

  • Dyslexia Toolbox

  • Autism Xpress

  • MyTalkTools

  • Choiceworks Calendar


Apps For Adults With Learning Disabilities


Learning difficulties are an on-going challenge. Some may be life-long. Using apps to support learning is one way to address these challenges.


Voice Dream Reader is an app that reads text out loud for people who have difficulty reading.


The app Ghotit Real Writer is appropriate for adults with writing challenges. It corrects spelling and misused words automatically.


Learning Disabilities Resources For Teachers


Having a knowledgeable teacher working with your child is essential to achieving good learning outcomes, even if your child is working online. Fortunately, teachers can take advantage of free resources to learn more about their students.


The Department of Education and Training offers resources for working with children who have learning difficulties.


There is research-based information for:

  • setting up a classroom

  • making accommodations

  • using assistive technology

There is no excuse for not delivering quality learning experiences both online and onsite for every student.


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Maria Commisso
Director of Learning, CoreSenses