Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs.
I love the way you are providing AAC means matching the natural language of kids: the "Whatever" field in the non-tech Eyegaze frame is just brilliant!
"Whatever" is Kelly's favorite word. Well, "whatever", "wackadoodle" and "ridiculous".
I was wondering if it would be possible to program this device with an instrument program. Would someone using this device be able to play piano, percussion, or any other instrument? Would someone be able to perform a piece of music on this device? Are there any instrument "applications" for this device? I am researching this product for a presentation in a class about music for children with exceptionalities and I would love to be able to use this video in my presentation. I would also like to see there be musical and instrumental programs for this device in the future (if there are currently not any). Thank you.
Yes Kelly and my other tobii using students have a xylophone and drum set page. also they pages that play music from various instruments we have in class.by all means use the video.Kate
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