The latest on human computer interaction and special needs (TESconnect magazine)



The TES story is an extraordinary one: its digital community is one of the fastest growing of any profession globally, and it boasts a 100-year heritage at the centre of teaching and the education community. Today, with more than 2.6 million1 registered online users in over 275 countries and territories2 , it is the world’s largest online network of teachers. More than 3.6 million resources are downloaded from the TES website a week3 , with eight TES resources downloaded a second4. Home to more than 625,0005 individually crafted teaching resources developed by teachers for teachers, this unparalleled collection helps to guide, inform and inspire educators around the world. Article text extracted: "Papers bringing together a mature body of research on non-formal learning/therapeutic environments, especially for PMLD/SLD were presented by Associate Professor Anthony L Brooks and Associate Professor Eva Petersson Brooks of Esbjerg University, Denmark, using various movement tracking devices eg the Kinect, the Sony Eyetoy, the Wii. Welshman Anthony Lewis Brooks is a world pioneer in digital media and its use with the disabled community, his work has been presented worldwide, including the Cultural Olympics in Atlanta and Sydney"
Periode7 aug. 2013