Kalyani, West Bengal, India | 01/01/2018 to Present
E-classroom is a format of education on constructivist teaching and project-based learning. This project needed a digital tool that encouraged autistic students to learn faster and easier, removing traditional learning barriers for special needs education.
It is an inclusion tool for when the student leaves the Classroom and enters the regular classroom, because having already used the digital tools in the classroom he or she is able to participate and will not get left behind.
It is such a visual methodology that they find it appealing, enabling them to learn more quickly and more easily. The greatest benefit is that it is tactile. In general, this type of student has coordination problems and the simple action of using their fingers or a tennis ball to trace shapes or to write helps them enormously.
Before, when we could only work with the computer, the children found it difficult to associate the movement of the mouse with what was happening on the screen, now, however, they can see that by touching an object with their finger they can move it or place it in the correct spot, which generates a feeling of confidence and strengthens their self-esteem.
Siddhartha Sankar Mukhopadhyay