See.Touch.Learn. Pro, by Brain Parade, is an indispensable, 21st century learning tool that is revolutionizing instruction for children around the world. This app has been made with the autistic child in mind and is a must have for anyone dealing with this population. See.Touch.Learn. Pro is a quick, convenient, and an inexpensive way to replace outdated flashcards that cause clutter and waste major management time. The beauty of this app is that any therapist, teacher or parent, can customize an individual picture card learning system to meet the specific individual needs of multiple children. See.Touch.Learn. Pro will automatically track performance, and makes it possible to carry your entire card collection with you at all times.
This app has gotten many awards and accolades, including TWA’s 12 Best Special Needs Apps of 2012 – Special Education. Teachers With Apps was fortunate enough to meet the developer, Jim McClafferty at the ISTE2013 conference. Everything being said about this app is true and after meeting Jim it is easy understand why. Jim is a class act and completely dedicated to making See.Touch.Learn. the best tool of its kind! Early this year the company introduced the Brain Parade Community so users around the world can share content they create with each other, potentially saving teachers hundreds of hours of time creating their own lessons.
A visual learning and assessment tool for the iPad that has transformed flashcards into a picture card learning system for the 21st Century!
- Over 4,000 stunning, high-quality photos
- Easy to use and highly effective
- Designed specifically for those with autism and other special needs
- Libraries include lessons developed by a BCBA
- Versions for home use and for teacher and professional use
In June Brain Parade unveiled a See.Touch.Learn. Site Edition designed specifically for schools which includes a private community for sharing content as well as training and support. What other app company offers that? – See more
All schools dealing with special needs students should be looking into implementing See.Touch.Learn., not only to take advantage of this brilliant picture card learning system, but also to benefit from this growing community and all it has to offer.