Who chooses what I need ? Child voice and user-involvement in the development of learning technologies for children with autism

@inproceedings{Parsons2013WhoCW,
  title={Who chooses what I need ? Child voice and user-involvement in the development of learning technologies for children with autism},
  author={Sarah Parsons},
  year={2013}
}
Children and young people with disabilities have rights to be included and heard, but remain underrepresented in research due to perceived difficulties in gaining their views meaningfully. We present brief case studies from three different projects which have focused on developing virtual reality educational technologies for children with autism1 to illustrate how this has been achievable in practice. The ethical imperative of including and valuing ‘child voice’ in research Since the… CONTINUE READING

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