ObjectiveEd: Web Dashboard

This blog is part of a series that dives into the ObjectiveEd curriculum-based games for blind and visually impaired students.

The ObjectiveEd Suite consists of the following components:

  • Web Dashboard for Teachers and Specialists
  • Mobile device-based Educational Games
  • Professional Network for Teachers and Specialists

This blog focuses on the web dashboard – the “control-center” for the ObjectiveEd suite.

From the web dashboard, the teacher or specialist manages her students: assigning skills for students to practice within a game, checking the student’s progress and creating lesson content.

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Using the dashboard, the teacher can also create her own “skill” by selecting a game, and customizing its settings, such as difficulty, speed, sounds, and method of play.  Most games allow for extensive customization.

For more info, please visit us at objectiveEd.com

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