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Sensible repetition

No one is born a master. And we learn best when we use all our senses.

Now, thanks to a woman and her startup from Berlin, children with dyslexia or reading difficulties are able to access additional support.

Their app is geared specifically towards 6-14 year-olds. Its activities are designed to combine different senses like sight, hearing and touch with speech recognition technology.

The system chooses from 50 different lessons each day, and tailors learning to individual users.

By prioritising repetition over rote learning, short, sharp fifteen-minute sessions per day pave the way for genuine progress with reading different texts.

For a monthly fee, parents receive an overview and can even follow exercises live.

Systematic support.

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