IEP Objectives : Expanded Core Curriculum Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new organization where we are building Expanded Core Curriculum games for visually impaired students, based on a child’s Individual Educational Plan.
The student’s advancement in acquiring skills in our ECC-based games are maintained in a private secure cloud, visible to the IEP team in a web-based dashboard .
If you are a Special Ed Director , press for additional information on trying these types of games as a tool for maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
RTI plan .
From a 9 year old
I received this email the other day:
My name is Hayes. I am 9 yrs. old and I am blind. I love your blindfold games. Thank you for making those for blind people.
My mom said you had said to send you ideas for new games. These are my ideas. Hope you like them.
-Caring for a pet
-Flying an airplane
-Catch the fairy: hide and seek type game
-Mermaid and pirate game where you find treasures
-Running a business and buying things
-Grocery store or retail store
-Harry Potter type games with wizards
-Dress up game: dress the princess
-Outer space and rocket game
Let me know if you need more ideas.
Thanks for your email. I’m considering some of those games, but several of them, such as Minecraft are way too complex for me to build. Several of the games you mentioned require dozens of programmers to work for many months.
One of the difficulties in building an audio game based on a video game is finding sounds that match each of the things that someone would see on the screen. If the screen shows lots of things going on at once, it would make the audio version of that game too complex.
I’m considering a cooking game, a runner game like mario, a pet-caring game and a musical instrument game. Before I create any game, I ask hundreds of other blind people which games they would like the most. People of all ages play my games, some much younger than you.