STAMFORD, Conn. (April 9, 2014) – Brain Parade®, a developer of learning solutions for children with special needs, announces See.Touch.Learn.® Pro 3.0, the most significant update ever of its iPad application. The interface has been refreshed with a modern, polished look, and is packed with improved features for teaching and learning. The visual learning and assessment tool now offers student data tracking, an automatic exercise generator that radically simplifies the lesson creation process, and an interactive wizard that clearly demonstrates each feature of the app.
See.Touch.Learn. Pro 3.0 is designed for education professionals looking to create custom visual instruction for students with special needs. The app includes an extensive library of over 4,400 images and 2,000 exercises, and access to thousands of lessons created by See.Touch.Learn. Pro users actively involved in the Brain Parade community.
“This versatile and flexible tool is designed to encourage interactivity in learning, particularly among students with autism,” said Brain Parade President Jim McClafferty. “See.Touch.Learn. Pro 3.0 will continue to create an effective and fun learning experience for students with special needs, while fostering a collaborative environment for parents and educators.”
See.Touch.Learn. Site Edition, designed for use in schools and districts, received the same major improvements. The Site Edition enables teachers and administrators to collaborate on student progress and success by improving communication channels between the home and school settings.
“Classroom, school or district use of See.Touch.Learn. can be very different from individual use,” said McClafferty. “The Site Edition, which includes all of the See.Touch.Learn. Pro 3.0 updates, offers additional collaborative features designed for groups of users.”
About Brain Parade
Brain Parade is a developer of learning solutions for children with autism and other special needs. The company is the creator of See.Touch.Learn., an iPad application and online community, which serves as a visual assessment learning system that can be shared with others. The award-winning app provides thousands of high-quality mobile images for parents, teachers, therapists and students. The engaging lessons can be customized, providing an effective and fun learning experience for the special needs community. Visit brainparade.com for more information.
– Andria Casey, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-216-7300, ext. 24, firstname.lastname@example.org