Visual Reading – special education

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PRIMARY USE
> LEARNING TO READ WITHOUT EXPLANATION TO A PUPIL
> DEVELOPMENT OF AURAL PERCEPTION
> DEVELOPMENT OF PHONOLOGICAL  AWARNESS
> DEVELOPMENT OF VERBAL SKILLS AND VOCABULARY EXPANSION
> SPEECH THERAPY
> DYSPHASIA/APHASIA THERAPY

TARGET DIAGNOSES - CHILDREN:
> pervasive development disorder
> autism spectrum disorder
> hearing impairment
> poliomyelitis
> mental retardation
> dysphasia, dyslexia,
> aphasia - after brain injury
> speech disorders
> Asperger’s
> Down's syndrome
> ADD, ADHD
> specific learning disorders

TARGET DIAGNOSES - ADULTS:
> speech therapy after sudden cerebrovascular accident
> trauma cases (head traumas with damage of parts of brain which manage speech understanding and production etc.)
> patients with disrupted cognitive function (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s etc.)

LEARNING PRINCIPLES:
1. Structured learning (introduced by Baranec 2008)
2. Errorless learning (introduced by Ferster-Skinner 1950)
3. Global reading training
4. Analytical-synthetic reading training
5. Minimalistic user interface
6. Phonetic spelling
7. Lessons organised in a visual mind map structure
8. Discrete trial training - in preparation (introduced by Løvaas, 1987)
9. Derived stimulus relation - in preparation (introduced by Sidman, 1971)

It is also suitable for the healthy population, for the learning of a secondary language or for pre-school level reading development etc.

This program is targeted at children and adults in order to start or further develop their reading and hearing abilities.

The Program has been developed and tested in cooperation with teachers from a kindergarten for ASD, special needs children, in Bratislava, Slovakia.

LEARNING LANGUAGES: US English, UK English, Brazilian Portugese, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Austrian German (from 2018-10)

USER INTERFACE LANGUAGES: UK English, Brazilian Portugese, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Polish

PROJECT WEB PAGES: www.visualreading.org

PROGRAM OFFERS:
1. Wide learning settings
2. Automated learning statistics
3. Optional font for dyslexic students
4. Session video recording
5. Index of about 900 nouns, verbs and numbers
6. Index of about 850 sounds, syllables and words
7. Student profiles
8. After session summary form
9. Visual dictionary in categories:
- Home and Garden (nouns)
- Human (nouns)
- Nature (nouns)
- Education (nouns)
- Food-drink (nouns)
- Activities (vebrs)
- Math (numbers)

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS for parents, students and others:
> Autism spectrum disorder mind map: ASD visualization per the book: Poruchy autistickeho spektra, Katerina Thorova, Portal 2006, Czech Republic, ISBN: 80-7367-091-7.
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What's New

- ABA Autopilot (fully automates Errorless learning concept)
- Custom objects (users may add their own content)
- Custom objects sharing (you can share your objects)
- Initial setup questionnaire (helps users with initial program settings)
- Interactive classroom concept (initial version that allows you to experiment with NFC chips)
- Improved mobile phone experience (some dialog windows were reworked)
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Additional Information

Updated
November 7, 2018
Size
44M
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
1.5.2
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Interactive Elements
Digital Purchases
In-app Products
$4.90 - $89.90 per item
Permissions
Offered By
Visual Reading j.s.a.
Developer
Šípová 3, 949 01 Nitra, Slovakia
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