quarta-feira, 8 de fevereiro de 2012

3D technology helps autistic kids learn to read | eSchool News

3D technology helps autistic kids learn to read | eSchool News

Florida school testing new educational software called ‘Letters alive’


Christopher Gomez uses the "Letters alive" software for autistic children at Audubon Park Elementary School in Orlando.

A menagerie of virtual 3D animals that swim, eat bugs, and fly are building crucial reading skills in autistic children at Audubon Park Elementary in Orlando.

Four-year-old Christopher Gomez lined up a set of specialized word and animal cards, including one with the letter “I” and a picture of an iguana under a camera to compose the sentence, “The iguana can eat.”

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