Make Eye Training Fun

Explore and have fun, while learning eye tracking behind the scenes

Our children are explorers who learn best by doing. This approach to learning is a natural one, so it doesn’t need explanation and it certainly doesn’t feel like work. The WinSlate for Kids™, combined with the optional Enable Eyes® tracker, teaches eye tracking using the same natural approach to learning. Its interactive activities are fun and exciting for any age, and users will learn the causes and effects of eye tracking to refine their targeting.

Eye Tracking Training Activities
Look to Learn
Look to Learn Dilbert the Dog
Access the digital world
CoreWord Language System

Eye Tracker Training
• Sensory - cause and effect
• Explore - promotes engagement
• Target - improves accuracy
• Choose - teaches choice skills
• Control - fine-tunes access

Interactive Learning
• Cause and effect
• Choices
• Challenges
• Interactive visual scenes

Access your digital world
• Facebook, Twitter and YouTube*
• Browse the web*
• Capture and share photos*
• Play music and videos*
• Send emails and text messages

*Requires purchase of Feature Unlock Key

• Symbol based grids
• Text based grids
• CoreWord™ grids
• Topic based grid sets

The pathway to development 

Beginners use interactive learning activities to become familiar with the device. WinSlate for Kids activities are geared toward progressive learning and are complemented with a progress tracking workbook. As users become comfortable with their device, their speech-language pathologist can advance communication activities using the built-in AAC pages. As the user further develops their skills, their SLP can continue to introduce more language from CoreWord files.

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