This easy to use and navigate app is great for working with one individual student working on associations. There are 2 levels of difficulty and you can address receptive, expressive or both. Here is a view of the "setting room":
Once ready, you can click "tap to play"! As you can see above, I used this with my younger students in a self-contained class. We have been working heavily on categorization and associations.
When working on receptive: there is a verbal prompt and students can select the items that go with the item in the top middle. I had them choose three. This is also good for working on "which one doesn't belong?"
Here is a look of what it looks like when students respond correctly. The borders turn green and there is a sound effect. Then you can click "next" to go on. At any time you can click "done."
Expressive task: students are required to verbally express the "what" and "why." I felt that the "why" was hard for my students to do independently. I gave them carrier phrases and choices to assist.
When you click done, you get the results. It tells the categories used, and scores. You can email it right away. I recommend emailing or taking a screen shot right away because it does not save for later.Another view of the main home page, you can click "menu" for the following options:
Things I like about this app:
- Cute and easy to use
- Addresses receptive and expressive and can switch between two within one activity
- Generates detailed data reports that can be emailed
- Multiplayer options
- Way to select noun vs. adjective to work with
- Data to be saved in program for later use. This feature is beneficial for those like me that does not have WiFi access at work for the emailing feature.
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