We were invited to present at the Georgia Vision Educators Statewide Training. Several hundred teachers – Orientation & Mobility Specialists and Teachers of Visually Impaired Students – came to this conference in Macon, Georgia in early October.
ObjectiveEd games are built with a scaffolding concept, so the skill a child masters in one game is required to succeed in the next game in the sequence. At GVEST, we showed these games:
- Barnyard: Laterality, Directionality, Touch & Drag
- Audio Asteroid: Sound Localization and Timing
- Speed Gesture: iOS Gestures
- Simon: Layered on Simon, it adds iOS Gestures, Memory, Sequencing
- Sound Search: Sound identification, Categorization
- Audio Memory: Layered on Sound Search, it adds Matching and Grid Concepts.
Teachers from local Atlanta schools and agencies asked us to visit their school, to conduct ObjectiveEd training sessions: how a student can practice skills with our games between itinerant teacher visits. Using the ObjectiveEd web-dashboard, you can see your student’s progress in acquiring IEP goals & objectives, right from your PC.
When we return to Atlanta for VisionServe, we’ll be training at several of those schools.
We are accepting a limited number of TVIs and O&Ms into our next phase of product launch. If you are interested in the free teacher version, please contact us right away.