Parents and teachers of autistic children across America and other countries are using Zane Education's online Visual Learning solution and their subtitled educational video library because it provides a unique and compelling introduction to online learning for their students. Zane's visual learning resources teach a vast range of curriculum subjects and enable the stimulation of the learning process by allowing children with autism to explore and demonstrate what topics interest them - an essential factor in stimulating their desire to learn.
This creates a favourable starting point in their learning experience. Many parents, teachers and care-givers have discovered that a significant number of autistic students respond better to starting the learning process if they are provided with the material that interests them, rather than demanding they learn what we think they should know. Then, having stimulated the learning process, they have the opportunity to feed and develop it.
Zane's use of their particular visual learning platform provides a user friendly and flexible style of learning then attempting to rely on written text and textbooks - an issue that is important for all children and not just those affected by autism.
There are also 3 advanced features that makes Zane's visual learning program, the online learning solution of choice for the parents and teachers of autistic children because:
On video and the potential to improve reading and literacy skills and this provides the opportunity for their children to study a topic AND improve their reading and literacy skills AT THE SAME TIME.
The recognize importance of enabling their children to study at their own speed and thereby achieve their greatest potential.
*Subjects include: Science & Biology, Social Studies (History & Geography), English (Literature & Writing), Math (free), Art, Music, Religious Studies, Health, Library Skills, Social Sciences.
Our advanced online learning solution provides these significant and unequalled benefits for those families of children with autism: