Positive, Measurable Results
We’ve received feedback from See.Touch.Learn.™ users indicating that they are able to deliver more effective lessons using See.Touch.Learn.™ and the iPad. This study discussed in article from the Canadian Press confirms that the use of the iPad can have a positive impact on learning for students with disabilities.
A University of Toronto professor is tracking 36 kids with developmental disabilities who are using text-to-speech applications on the iPad or iPhone to communicate at school. Results from phase 1 of the study show an average of 20 percent improvement in communication abilities from using the devices, according to researchers.