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Research site for Reactive Colours, the publishers of ReacTickles.
- Use with an interactive whiteboard, any desktop or laptop computer, mouse, keyboard, microphone and other adaptive devices.
- The design of ReacTickles maximises on the physical rather than the cognitive aspects of computation, which are developmentally appropriate for most autistic children.
- NEW The ReacTickles interface can be preset to ccommodate the unique sensory needs of each pupil and these settings can now be saved to a unique user profile.
- The ReacTickles Creativity Box resources are structured to provide an easy to use, flexible guide to integrating the software into the curriculum in a manner that is rewarding and fun.
- NEW The ReacTickles Creativity Box teacher and pupil resources can now be accessed directly from within the application
- NEW Fully switch enabled
- The playful ReacTickles focus on improvisational activity rather than a set of predetermined routines that lead to a preset goal.
- Confidence is gained through the opportunity to repeat actions, with each exploration offering a new and unique visual or auditory reward.
- Inspired by real world objects that children love to manipulate, Slinkies, lava lamps, spinning tops and coins, the ReacTickles environment offers a safe place to experience dynamic interaction where players freely explore abstract shapes and create rhythmic responses with their fingers and bodies without judgement or fear.
- ReacTickles are highly motivating and have been shown to help children develop concentration and attention skills, as well as encouraging sharing and imaginative play.
Related Internet Links:
Reactive Colours Web site
ReacTickles for SMART Table
ReacTickles for SMART Table in use
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