The web-friendly edition of the ABA-based special needs education program is compatible with Internet Explorer 8 and above. In addition to retaining almost all usability features of iLNE for iPad and Android, iLearnNEarn for the web lets a user assign activities with just a few clicks. Registration is required for parents and teachers to start assigning activities such as Color Find, Digital Time, My Words, Spell Me, Multiply Me, 123 Order, Number Find, Sound Match, Show Me, Alphabets, Map Me, Drag N Spell, Shapes, Face Read, and Single Digit.
Once an account is created, the user needs to log in and click ‘iCare’ to go to the activities list where he or she will find a library of activities to select. Depending on the individualized education plan (IEP) of the concerned child, the parent or the teacher can assign a set of new activities or un-assign a set of old activities, so the student can get the most relevant lessons at any given time.
On assigning the activities, the user needs to click ‘Submit’ to save the assignment and go back to the previous screen where there should be a ‘Play’ button along with the ‘iCare’ button. Clicking ‘Play’ will let the user play one activity at a time until he or she finishes playing all the assigned activities. One of the main features of iLNE is that it stores data from each play session for progress tracking. So effectively on finishing a play session, a user can go to the ‘Progress’
Just in case a user faces difficulties in logging in, he or she may want to check the Internet settings configuration. At the bottom of the login page there will be a ‘Settings’
“There are many parents and teachers who cannot afford the iPad or Android devices to run iLearnNEarn. The web version will be of help to them in particular. Special needs teachers often face budgetary constraints when dealing with a large number of students with unique needs. The diverse activities inbuilt in iLearnNEarn can help improve specific skill areas of young learners on the autism spectrum,” said Tim Sharp, Program Coordinator at WebTeam Corporation.
About WebTeam Corporation
WebTeam Corporation (WTC) is a technology-driven company based in Somerset, NJ, working in areas of special education, staffing and recruitment, and customized software development. Founded in 2006, WTC specializes in leveraging the potential of touchscreen technology to improve the lives of children with autism. Shanesh COLORS - the company's patent pending technology - has been a buzz on the market of late, offering a cost-efficient supplemental intervention option to parents, teachers and professionals involved with the autism community.
WebTeam Corporation has been working closely with several industry experts and service providers, and is constantly on the lookout for breakthrough autism research. The goal of the copmpany is to develop an affordable, holistic, synchronized and consistent education model capable of tapping the latest mobile technology to make the overall experience of learning and development stimulating and enjoyable for special children.