I can never have too many resources that target direction following. I'll be the first to admit that I am absolutely horrible with coming up with multi-step directions on the spot. That's why I'm thrilled to add Virtual Speech Center's newest app, School of Multi-Step Directions, to my arsenal!
As with any app, the tutorial is the best way to get a quick understanding of what the app has to offer and how to use it.
Now, it's time for a little bit of set up. These settings make the app a bit more customized to your needs.
Now, you'll need to add the players, which is really easy. Simply click "add student" and type in the name of each player.
You'll notice on the left side of the screen that you can choose to follow directions related to English, math, or chemistry.
The English directions offer two-step, three-step, and four-step directions at various levels.
Here, the app asked the player to highlight the cat and underline the umbrella.
The math directions offer two-step, three-step, and four-step directions at various levels as well.
Here, the app asked the player to highlight the triangle, cross out the square, and underline the circle.
The chemistry directions offer two-step, three-step, and four-step directions at various levels.
Here, the app asked the student to shake the first blue flask and stir the last yellow flask.
You can also get results for each of your student as well.
What I love about this app:
- Students must wait until the direction has completed until starting to follow it.
- I love how the app incorporates different "subjects" and has various levels in each subject.
- I like that this app collects data for you.
You can find this awesome multi-step direction following app for $16.99 at iTunes!
Disclaimer: This product was given to me for review. No other compensation was provided. The opinions expressed here are solely my own.