For the 10% of individuals in Nigeria that have utilized a wearable gadget, an increment in use is expected sooner rather than later. The utilization of Smartwatch innovation has been accounted for in numerous instructive practices; suppliers have utilized smartwatches for an assortment of purposes including addresses, courses, and online classes. Be that as it may, the impacts of Smartwatch innovation on the quality and adequacy of upgrading instructive headway in colleges and bastions of learning stay obscure. Input components that are unpretentious and productive in preparing enormous information continuously are needful to gauge quality learning experience in such huge homeroom settings. With the most recent effect of infiltration and reception of web and portable advancements in most creating areas, wearable innovation is an achievable answer for oversee and screen homeroom inclusion; as continuous understudy criticism can be coordinated in the plan and conveyance of guidance all through the study hall. The outcomes from SPSS statistical analyses of the data gathered exhibited suppliers’ high proclivity for utilizing Smartwatch gadgets for instruction and dissemination of lecture curriculum and educational plan, yet further exploration is expected to distinguish components by which keen frameworks can be incorporated into the schedules and work processes of lecturers and students.
Part of the book: Learning Disabilities
Assistive Technology for Children with Learning Disabilities (ATCLD) was developed in response to language and math challenges faced by dyslexic students at Adeola Odutola College. This development follows a needs assessment and focuses on upper secondary schools 1–3. As explained above, assistive technologies (ATs) are commercially available, adapted, or modified to improve, maintain, or enhance the functional abilities of children with disabilities. Unlike many schools in Nigeria, Adeola Odutola College enrolls students diagnosed with learning disabilities and trains them in a mainstream teaching and learning environment. Similarly, the Ministry of Education notes that the Nigerian classroom has diverse students with different abilities and students with special educational needs are often enrolled in mainstream schools. In response to the described dilemma, this study developed a tagged ATCLD with text-to-speech skills that enable compensatory learning that emphasizes repetition. The ATCLD effort followed the following methodology. This means that younger children can create new schemas of information. In addition, text-to-speech and text-to-speech assistive technologies widely used for input and output in this research will be expanded in the future.
Part of the book: Recent Advances in the Study of Dyslexia