FTVS HD could be a great tool for teachers, parents, and therapists working with kids with a wide range of abilities. In collaboration with parents, teachers could help students create schedules for daily activities like the morning routine or bedtime. School-based schedules would also help students more easily navigate routines like lunchtime, transitions, or packing up at the end of the day. Kids will be more motivated if you include them in the schedule creating process. They can help choose the pictures and craft the audio messages; in addition, the Choice Boards let them choose possible rewards for completed activities.Continue reading Show less
FTVS HD - First Then Visual Schedule HD is a tool for creating visual and auditory apps for any child. Its simple, multisensory interface has great potential for use with kids with developmental or learning disabilities or students who may be learning English as a second language.
The app includes first-then boards, visual and audio formats, social stories, video modeling, and Choice Boards. Teachers can develop schedules appropriate for students using text, pictures, audio clips, and videos. The schedules can be presented in five formats, each with a different way for a kid to check items completed and move on to the next. There is an optional timer for either the entire schedule or specific steps. Choice Boards let kids indicate a preference from the choices, such as a reward for tasks completed.Continue reading Show less
With FTVS HD, Kids can learn and practice independence in self-direction and following through on scheduled activity sequences. The simple interface and choices for presentation format make it easy to learn and apply for most kids. Options for text, pictures, video, and audio allow customization to the learning style and appeal for various kids, including those identified with attention, learning, developmental, and other disabilities. First Then Visual Schedule HD is a simple but powerful tool to engage kids in independently following a schedule, but could use more in-app assistance for students.Continue reading Show less