AT Teaching Activities
Over thirty carefully designed, highly motivating teaching activities for young people who are learning to access a computer with switches, touch-screens, pointing devices and eye gaze systems.
Assess and Make Progress
Set meaningful targets and work towards greater independence with our comprehensive guides to access skills progression and assessment materials you can personalise.
Lots of useful resources including teaching guides and switch caps to print together with training videos and other tools to help you make the most of our activities.
SENICT Software online is a unique web site which provides carefully designed, highly motivating teaching applications for young people with special educational needs who are learning to interact with a computer with assistive technology devices such as switches, touchscreens, mouse and eye gaze together with all of the tools and resources you'll need to assess and measure their progress.
Although presented as games, our online activities are full teaching packages which have been researched, designed and written by an experienced special needs software developer who has contributed to the design of some of the world's leading special needs software.
Over thirty teaching applications are currently available covering access skills across the full range of assistive technology devices with more being added regularly. Each application is linked to 'small steps' skills progression documents and assessment materials enabling you to use this web site to assess your learners, set meaningful targets for them, teach them new skills and monitor their progress. You'll also find a range of very useful ICT training videos, extension activities and offline tools to support your learners and help them generalise their access skills.
NEWS: Check out our three new programs for early eye gaze users added this week. Covers Eye gaze levels EY1 - EY2 and EY3.
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