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Using a simple eyegaze option with your special education software classroom

Using a simple eyegaze option with your special education software classroom

If you have always thought using that eyegaze with your students with physical disabilities would be way too time consuming and far too complicated to get going, the new Inclusive EyeGaze Foundations with myGaze Eye Tracker bundle from Inclusive Technology in the UK may help to change your mind! Its ease-of-use was certainly very popular at our Inclusive …

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Changes to ChooseIt! Maker 3

Changes to ChooseIt! Maker 3

Last year, ChooseIt! Maker 3 online was released as a fantastic option for creating online activities that you can use with a touchscreen, mouse, switch or eye gaze. You can read more about how it works here. Inclusive Technology have certainly been listening to the public feedback and they have come up with some great new updates which …

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New kid on the block: Inclusive EyeGaze technology

New kid on the block: Inclusive EyeGaze technology

One of my favourite things to do in this role is to check out new technology. This week I received the Inclusive EyeGaze Foundations which included the myGaze eye tracker and the Inclusive Attention and Looking software. I’m a bit of a tech geek by nature so trying them out was right up my alley! The first thing I did when I …

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So much choice with ChooseIt! Maker

So much choice with ChooseIt! Maker

We all know and love ChooseIt!Maker products and enjoy the ease at which we can create activities with photos, symbols, text and sounds to address the curriculum or specific skill areas such as: cause and effect literacy, numeracy and science sound lotto and matching reward music choice boards question and answers comprehension of “wh” questions and concepts problem …

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The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It

Eye Gaze technology may provide some people with disabilities with effective access to required communication and computer control functions where other methods prove too difficult or inefficient for them. Current commercially available systems consist of an eye tracking camera plus a software interface, which allows the person to bring their own computer hardware. Speech generating devices with integrated …

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