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The Journal of Special Education Technology

Increasing student time on-task and reducing impulsive behavior is a full-time job for most special educators. Students’ self-esteem is often the last thing receiving any attention in the classroom. Play Attention (2000), a recently released computer-based learning system, is designed to target improvement in all three areas. Based on attention-training techniques similar to those developed for NASA and U.S. Air Force pilots, Play Attention measures students’ brain waves and provides feedback to the students in an entertaining, video game-like format. Pdf(read more)

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