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Map Me

Do you know which city are you in? Do you know in which city you were born? Learn about different cities of the United States of America with the app ...

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Do you know which city are you in? Do you know in which city you were born? Learn about different cities of the United States of America with the app Map Me. This app promotes interactive and independent learning of receptive and cognitive skills. WebTeam Corporation has taken the initiative to teach children on the spectrum about their own cities in a very simple way. Different colors are shown to differentiate the cities. The free version of this app lets your child play up to 5 activities and allows him/her to like and share their scores on Facebook. Get it now and start mapping the places. This App is a part of Shanesh COLORS app series and promotes interactive and independent learning of receptive & cognitive skills. It is based on discrete trial part of ABA intervention to children on autism spectrum. Shanesh COLORS Map Me is an interactive way to identify all 50 states of United States of America, and, their capitals. There are rewards for those who do well. The activity teaches to identify the states in multiples of 10, and then evaluates the same. Shanesh COLORS Program is an innovative way to deliver extended evidence-based therapy like Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This intervention program is specially designed for special needs education and children with learning disabilities or individuals with autism or autism spectrum disorder. Our well tested technology extend the same ABA based therapy from the classroom or therapy centers to the homes for the children with learning disabilities, Autism or any other special needs. Shanesh COLORS uses Touch Screen and Animation technology to provide individualized intense IEP (Individualized Education Plan) driven intervention based on individual’s personal interest and preferences. A fully integrated Tracking and Monitoring System, Customizable Settings and Automation are the focal points of Shanesh COLORS Program. The COLORS Academy offers COLORS Program - a unique Program designed specifically for students with special education needs. The COLORS program delivers Individualized Colors Education Plan (ICEP) through kiosks and mobile devices. Shanesh's COLORS program is a synchronized, holistic, integrated and collaborative intervention approach between schools, homes and providers for special needs education. We offer common platform, environment and technology to all involved in the learning process of individuals with special needs. We have join hands with Parents, Educators, Therapists, Researchers, Analysts, Technocrats and Service Providers to deliver synchronized and cost-effective intervention based on IEP goals and individual preferences. Shanesh COLORS program offers fun-filled, colorful, motivating, and vibrant educational content and environment using 3D animations and technology. Keywords: a autism, ABA, about autism, adhd, applied behavior analysis, apps special needs, as autism, ASD, asperger, asperger syndrome, aspergers, assistive technology, autism adults, autism child, autism on, Autism Spectrum, autism teaching, autistic, autistic children, Autistic Spectrum, behavior intervention, best apps for ipad2, children, activities, children autism, early intervention autism, games for child, games for children, games for kids, kids games, life skills, Mobile app, social skills training, Special education, Special Needs, teaching skills, technology for ducation, the autism, the ipad2, the aba, Touch apps, What is ABA, shanesh, webteam, webteamcorporation. shanesh, map me


Technical specifications

Version: 1.2.0

Size: 14.09 MB


Price: $ 0.00

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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