Animated videos offer social practice for students with special needs

02/9/2012 | WTVF-TV (Nashville, Tenn.)

Tennessee special-education teacher Cari Parr helps keep her students engaged in learning with the online program Xtranormal. Parr uses the application, designed for creating animated videos, to help her students practice social skills by creating interactions between the site's three robots. The video exercises then are reinforced with other classroom activities, Parr says.

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