IEP Process : ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new organization where we are building ECC games and interactive simulations for vision impaired students, based on a student’s Individual Educational Plan.
The student’s advancement in learning skills in our education-based games and interactive simulations are preserved in a private secure cloud, visible to the school IEP team in a web-based dashboard .
If you are a Teacher of Visually Impaired Students , press for more details on using these types of games as part of maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
RTI Intervention .
Being rejected by Apple’s iTunes store is not unusual. If you don’t follow every rule perfectly, even if your app is free (as WishToList is), there’s still a chance.
Our app was rejected for a “silly” reason – using the same name for one of our “resources” which happened to be the name of a “private” Apple resoure. It took a few hours to track down the violation (Apple doesn’t give you much information when they reject your app), and we resubmitted the app later that day.
It took Apple about 10 days to review it (they actually don’t really run it, they automatically verify that it doesn’t break any rules), and they accepted WishToList.
You can download the app directly from the iTunes App Store here:
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