Use for tutoring and give students access from home
Use automatic progression or set targeted work
Up to 15 students – each with their own login.
Teach via screenshare or in person.
For most internet enabled devices (min screen 8″)
Option to cancel, or just take a break
Call 020 8748 5927 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org or to read more about Wordshark, click here.
I’ve just finished my first day on your online version and I have to tell you, it’s fantastic! My students and I appreciate the improvements but are so relieved that you have kept the core that we loved so much. The assessment addition is ace – it was cumbersome before and a dream now.
Michelle Rock, London
SEND Specialist; SpLD tutor
I have been using Wordshark Online for a few months now with my students. Thank you very much for this product and for the training. It’s loved by my students and families, and has proved already to be very successful. It’s easy to navigate for me as the teacher.
Galina Ellison, Private tutor
Speaking as teacher and mother, Wordshark is the only spelling program my Year 5 boy with SEN is able to access independently. He willingly completes the tasks. In this own words: “It teaches you spellings in a fun way! I like the game where you play snap with words.”
E Vincent, Teacher in a school for children with SEN
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Important! These are small group sessions so you may hear the voices/see the names of fellow attendees.
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It’s SO well tailored to the students and their needs for reward after slog!
They all love it, but it is very helpful to be able to see their screen and be able to guide, hint, encourage, praise and see their faces for when they have had enough etc.
Thanks for making such a fab student/teacher friendly and fun way of learning.
Sophia Wilkinson, Tutor, using Wordshark Online for remote teaching
Gender neutral and age neutral – it is so appealing.
Jane Higgins, Teacher and tutor, London