As learning platforms have become absolute lifesavers for parents, students, and teachers all over the world during this pandemic, they must be taken seriously. Although there are many platforms already available, there are a few things that should be kept in mind when you want to create or improve one.
This is a big deal right now and perhaps one of the most important fields to include everybody in education. You need to have learning platforms that appeal and work for people with special needs, without even mentioning those that are neuroatypical.
A great example of this is making it possible to enlarge letters for those that have dyslexia, or using symbols together with colors, for color blind people. Other things you can do is include commands by voice for blind or paralyzed people, along with more visuals for individuals.
We are big on gaming-based learning because it simply works, it helps students overcome obstacles presented by traditional methods and it makes the process much more fun. Increasing productivity and enhancing brain development are just a few of the many advantages that come with the gamification of learning platforms for people of all ages.
Keep in mind that not everybody is tech-savvy – make the interface simple and intuitive to encompass a larger amount of students that can use it effectively to learn. These are just a few suggestions that we have found are necessary to adapt and improvise, when it comes to improving learning platforms that are key in today’s world.