Interactive Learning Activities
Explore and have fun, while learning eye tracking behind the scenes
With the WinSlate for Kids with Enable Eyes, users can access Interactive Learning Activities, a collection of 21 activities designed for children who use eye tracking technology. It offers five different activity types that engage and motivate kids using eye gaze technology with each of the five groups focusing on developing different skills.
Click here for a brief but thorough demonstration of the Learning Activities
Focusing Eyes on a Stationary Object
In this group, there are activities that teach a child learning to use eye gaze technology how to change a single item by looking at it. Provides the opportunity to learn the cause and effect of using their eyes!
Focusing Eyes on a Moving Object
Similar to the group above, however these items are moving! This can provide therapeutic information related to the size and number of objects that a child can access on a screen.
This group of activities aims to teach a child how to hold an eye gaze on an object for an extended period of time which provides information related to setting an appropriate dwell time.
Following an Object
This set of games is more difficult requiring concentration and patience, but very motivating!
This group includes games that are motivating and fun! With this group you can target therapy goals through play-based learning.