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"Literacy is the ability to access, process, and express knowing" ©

"Mind-Tool Integration: Transforming usual technologies into collaborative learning resources" ©

"Learning is the way humans adapt to change" ©

"Thinking is the fountainhead of all human endeavor"©

Strategic Transitions Inc. is an international, visual and digital learning specialist company. We provide state-of-the-art software and learning expertise purposely designed to successfully enhance and accelerate thinking and learning, and make writing easier.

What is UDL?

Universal Design for Learning; Eliminating or reducing barriers to academic success for all students as well as valuing diversity in the classroom through proactive design of inclusive curriculum because today's classrooms include many diverse learners.

qman

Qman is here to save the day! How can he help you? Because Qman knows how hard reading and writing can be, and that's why he's made it his job to help. Through programs such as WordQ, WordQ+SpeakQ, WordQ for Chrome, ThoughtQ for Chrome and iWordQ, he's changing lives all over the world. For US sales, click here for our sister company ST4 Learning Inc (Exclusive Distribution Agent for US and its Territories) . For all other inquiries, sales and global distribution click here for Quillsoft Ltd (Developers of WordQ line of products)

Did You know?

Investment in literacy programming has a 241% return on investment

42% of Canadian adults between the ages of 16 and 65 have low literacy skills

55% of working age adults in Canada are estimated to have less than adequate health literacy skills. Shockingly, 88% of adults over the age of 65 appear to be in this situation

Impoverished adults often do not have the literacy skills required to get into job training programs. They may need literacy skills upgrading before they can succeed in training programs but only about 5% to 10% of eligible adults enroll in programs

A 1% increase in the literacy rate would generate $18 billion in economic growth every year

Less than 20% of people with the lowest literacy skills are employed

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