/ Italy and Poland first to help children with learning difficulties thanks to iSmart
January 17, 2017

Interest in the new learning app that is being developed by a Maltese company has continued to shoot up over the last month with the signing up of the first two agents in Italy and Poland that will localise and distribute iSmart.
giuseppe copyItaly is being headed by Giuseppe Labita Consulenza & Formazione Srl from Palermo, Sicily ([email protected]) that has already started the translation and localization of the tool. Mr Labita is confident that within Italy such a learning aid will revolutionise how students study, and he is aiming to also work together with pedagogical experts and the Italian Dyslexia Association to reach as many students as possible.

Urszula Cioleszynska photoPoland will be in the hands of Urszula Ciołeszyńska from Opole, Southern Poland ([email protected]). Urszula has already started promotion of the tool with local schools and psychologists since she believes that the educational establishments have lots to gain by using iSmart. She is also planning a launch event later on this year for when iSmart will be ready in the Polish language.

Ms Angele Giuliano, CEO of iSmart, said that these first two agents are only the start of spreading iSmart to all European countries and beyond. Later on this month, the company will be attending the largest UK educational fair – BETT in London where they will be launching the Home and Class versions of the tool.

ABOUT iSmart

iSmart is an assistive software tool with different functions to help children with learning difficulties. These include text-to-speech and speech-to-text, mind mapping, letter colouring, special text formatting and many others. iSmart exists in several versions for use in home, classes and schools. Parents have a free 14 day trial for the Home version and educators have 60 days free for the School version to test the system out. For more information contact [email protected].