Divide N Play - Autism Series
by: WebTeam Corporation • 0
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If 8 students are made to sit in 2 rows, how many students will be there in all?
A child’s math skill is assessed and developed by asking and answering such questions.
‘Divide N Play’ is a fun way of learning and assessing division skills. This app is full of vibrant colors and animations. You can select the way each math problem is presented on the screen – in figures or as a word problem. The app is based on ABA method of intervention where each correct response is rewarded for positive reinforcement.
In the app settings, a user can set time and question type before proceeding with the actual game play session. At the end of an activity one can see the total score for that particular session. You may post comments on Twitter. You may also rate the app on a scale of 1 to 5 stars.
***About WebTeam Corporation***
Incorporated in 2005, WebTeam Corporation is a Somerset-based mobile application development firm that has pioneered the development of an autism management program comprising screening, assessment and intervention apps. WebTeam’s ABA-based autism apps help parents, teachers, health care experts, researchers and other stakeholders worldwide efficiently manage the entire life-cycle of autism from infancy to adulthood and employment.
By developing apps for autism intervention, WebTeam replicates individualized autism services on mobile devices, thereby making these necessary services available to the under-served population globally, especially in countries that lack the expertise necessary to tackle autism efficiently and in a cost-effective manner.
WebTeam’s innovative idea backed by proprietary technology, which was awarded by Verizon in the 2013 Powerful Answers Award competition, lets caregivers collect and share data efficiently to foster effective collaborations that will ultimately solve one of the world’s largest and growing developmental disorders.