Odd One Out
Odd One Out is an app designed for children whose speech is still developing and for people with dysphasia, dyslexia, and dysgraphia that improves their categorization and semantic reasoning skills through categorization games. Working with Dubdub, the dinosaur, the user chooses the object that doesn't belong to the items presented on the screen.
- The app helps children work on important skills to understand how words are related to each other, how words have meaning and to think about the differences between the meaning of words.
- Using symbols and visual and auditory feedback, the app can be used for carrying over therapy goals at home.
- It features 20 sets of cards per level.
- Recordkeeping functions enable therapists and teachers to track progress and adjust the difficulty of the activity.
- At the end of each set, the user can watch motivational videos of Dubdub, the dinosaur, and see their results.
- Results can be viewed and shared.
- Choice of 3 levels of difficulty with increasing levels of semantic relatedness.
- Choice of 3 cards or 6 cards for each level.
- 20 exercises per level.
- Option to present the cards with symbol only, symbol + word or word only.
- Option of two themes (Dubdub’s theme or alternative theme).
- Covers a range of everyday semantic categories.
- Opportunity to pause to allow clinicians to discuss semantic reasoning with their clients.
- Email results table (includes the performance of each item within the set and the overall percentage correct within the set).
- Clear visual feedback on each item.
- Offers both English and American voices.
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.