Two undergraduate students at the University of Washington have worked to invent a new way to communicate. Navid Azodi and Thomas Pryor won a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize — an American search for the most inventive undergraduate and graduate students — for their invention, SignAloud gloves, which can translate American Sign Language into speech or text. Azodi […]
The key to working with children and young people often centres on communication. But how do you do this with non-verbal (or mainly non-verbal) children and young people. Parents of children and adults with special needs contributed their best tips to Scope leading to these 23 ways to communicate. This is a really useful read for those of […]
InReview February’s edition of InReview, including details about the Archbishop of Yorks’ Pilgrimage of Prayer, Witness and Blessing, Baptism Matters conferences and more, is available here. InFocus February’s edition of InFocus, including the new Lent study guide from Paula Gooder, Renewal and Reform and more, is available here (a 4-page version is available here).
The latest editions of In Review and In Focus now available for download from the Church of England. InReview January’s edition of InReview, including details about The Community of St Anselm, HM The Queen’s 90th birthday and more, is available here. InFocus January’s edition of InFocus, including stories about the COP21 Agreement, the Church Heritage […]
This morning we did an assembly on the theme of Communication in our local junior school. Ways of communication Start the assembly by saying something like this. While you are all getting settled, I’ll just have time to phone my friend who lives in London, about 130 miles away’. Speak on the phone/to the laptop, […]