IEP Objectives : ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new organization where we are building Expanded Core Curriculum games and interactive simulations for blind and low vision students, based on the student’s Individual Educational Plan.
The child’s progression in mastering skills in these education-based games will be stored in a private secure cloud, visible to the teachers in a web-based console .
If you are a Orientation and Mobility specialist , click for more information on using these types of games as part of maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
RTI Intervention .
Reliving the dream
There’s not much I can add to this email that I received earlier this week.
Now that I have mastered most of your bowling game, I need to tell you a story I think you will enjoy. Your game is so life-like, and brings us the reallity of a live bowling alley.
I am totally blind, and I started bowling in 1966. I carried an average score of 136. My high games were 148, and a 197. Other than that, I had the occasional game of 160. I bowled until 1985, when I was in a terrible auto crash. It left me with a shattered left leg from the knee down. I would never bowl again. I really missed the game.
Since I have your game, I can now relive my dream of bowling. It was my favorite hobby. Many thanks to you, for bringing us a lifetime product. This game just works. It is just wonderful to use my fingers to aim at the pins and get a strike, and then throw the same kind of throw, and get fewer pins. I am so happy.
Thank you Marty, and keep up the good work