See.Touch.Learn is a great educational tool for Alternative Learners. This app replaces and enhances the traditional picture card teaching method, helping users learn new words and ideas through visual and auditory recognition. The basic version of See.Touch.Learn is equipped with simple images that parents and teachers can use to create lessons. By upgrading to the pro version, users have access to a large variety of different picture libraries, divided by topic, with which to make group of flash cards. Users can also use their iPad’s camera to make their own flashcards, taking a picture of an image or uploading it from the web. See.Touch.Learn is easy to use, can be customized to exclude the necessity for any reading skills, and is recommending for kids ages 2 to 10.
Recalling and retaining information in our mind while working.
See.Touch.Learn. works similarly to traditional picture-based flash cards. Users rely on their Working Memory skills to retain and deploy information. Users are presented with images or photographs and prompted to tap one of the images to answer a question or identify an object. While the app comes with a select number of pre-made lessons, users can create their own customized lessons, modifying and repeating them as necessary to acquire new knowledge or brush up on previously learned materials. Much like flash card learning, users of See.Touch.Learn. will rely on repetition to commit ideas, concepts, and terminology to memory.
Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks.
Lessons can be customized to users' unique needs, and as such can range in length and difficulty, tailored to help users develop and maintain a level of attention and focus throughout the duration of the lesson. It is important for users to remain focused all times to maximize the learning benefits of See.Touch.Learn, as lessons primarily rely on image recognition, requiring users to concentrate on and make note of the characteristics and details of individual images. By creating unique lessons, or modifying old ones, parents can gradually increase the difficulty over time, which can go a long way in increasing sustained attention for their children. As questions and prompts become more complex, users must adjust their focus accordingly. Users must exercise their Focus thinking skill, being sure to listen to questions and directions carefully, considering their options, and selecting the correct answer.
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