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[Survey] Educational use of interactive media in school


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Allow me to introduce myself, I'm a 26 years old regular/neurotypical guy from Sweden named Oskar. I'm doing my third year on an information science program and have choosed to write my final essay about different ways to help children and younger adults in school other then traditional methods. My thesis is focused on interactive media as a tool to enhance motoric and social skills.

I've read lots of articles about this subject and come to a near conclusion that this might be a more engaging way to teach people diagnosed autism and/or other autistic related disorders and now I need your help to fill out my own survey about this.

The survey is short, around 20 questions and wont take long at all to fill. But it would make a big difference for me if you choose to participate. It's entirely anonymous and I will treat the responses in strict confidence and by no mean in any marketing way or other any other reason other then my essay.

I will be active on these forums if their are any questions about the survey or other matters that may be of interest. You may also post questions in PM.

I thank you in advance for participating.

Thank you

Link to survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/131VquZ_ENcl0AXqIh26AiUc1pj7MDd39b9qmt-jozd8/viewform

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