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Teacher-centric tool for special education? There’s an app for that

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In collaboration with Brain Parade, SmartBrief Media Services produced “Leveraging the Latest Tools for Special Education,” a white paper highlighting the features of See.Touch.Learn.

Learning solutions developer Brain Parade has combined the importance of connected education and customizable lesson planning into a new mobile application. The See.Touch.Learn. app provides parents, teachers, therapists and students access to thousands of images that can be used to design unique learning experiences for students with special needs.

  • Teacher-centric model: See.Touch.Learn.. is easy to use, flexible and content-rich, providing access to a wealth of ready-to-use resources that have been field-tested and shared by special education professionals around the world.
  • Pedagogical efficiency: See.Touch.Learn. lets teachers easily create custom instruction, addressing an unlimited number of instructional objects. It makes it easy to locate, assemble, reassemble and reuse that instruction for other students.
  • Individuated teaching: See.Touch.Learn. was designed to provide the teacher with all the tools she would need to create tailored lessons for each and every student. See. Touch.Learn.’s flexible design makes individualized teaching possible.