Providing all students with access to independent practice
For some students with disabilities, the online gaming culture of their peers is out of reach. More than 140 educational games in L3 Skills, with a range of accessibility features, are designed to provide fun and engaging interactive skill-building experiences for all learners.
Empower inclusion in a game‑based environment
Give your students with special needs the opportunity to build skills through interactive games that will capture their attention. Accessibility features, including closed captioning, audio narration, navigational support, and single-switch activities for those with dexterity or mobility challenges, ensure everyone can play. And it’s easy for “captains” (teachers or other service providers) to search and filter games according to accessibility needs for just the right match.
Expose students to multiple ways of accessing skills
When students can learn or practice a concept or skill in multiple modalities, they are more likely to retain their new knowledge and abilities. A variety of research-based game types and categories in L3 Skills increases opportunities for students to master skills, generalize them across subject areas, and meet their goals. Find games to meet many interests, skill needs, and preferences!
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