Inclusive EyeGaze: Attention and Looking


These 18 fun and meaningful activities can be used with any child trying their first steps with eye gaze. They provide a progression of skills from experiential/cause and effect to targeting, ensuring early success and effective teaching whilst gathering data for teachers’ analysis of student’s performance, preferences and progression.
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Please note: Attention and Looking software is downloadable software delivered via email.

A unique package of 18 carefully graded activities designed to assess and teach attention and looking skills, simple access skills and understanding of eye gaze.

These fun and meaningful activities can be used with all children on their first steps with eye gaze. They provide a progression of skills from experiential and cause and effect to targeting, and include customisable activities to cater for specific interests and motivations.

Powerful, but simple to use analysis and record keeping tools help you to assess initial skills and keep accurate records of progress.

1. Tracking – What are you looking at?

  •  ‘Eye-catching’ activities designed to attract attention and encourage you to look at and follow images on screen.
  •  Assessment of eye movement patterns, visual attention, preferences and discrimination skills.
  •  Graded teaching of tracking skills – magic animations to encourage purposeful looking and tracking.
  •  Customisable activities to meet specific needs and interests.
  •  Record keeping – video playback, heat mapping and line tracing of eye gaze movements for assessment and progress records.

2. Fixating – Are you looking?

  •  Fun and meaningful activities that provide immediate success and feedback. Use the mouse pointer to interact, paint and reveal.
  •  Motivating activities designed to encourage you to look and keep looking at the screen.
  •  Assessment of visual attention and fixation skills.
  •  Graded teaching of dwell click skills for single targets.
  •  Customisable activities to meet specific needs and interests.
  •  Record keeping – video playback, heat mapping and line tracing of eye gaze movements for assessment and progress records.

3. Locating – Looking around

  •  Fun and meaningful activities that provide immediate success and feedback. Use the mouse pointer to interact, paint and reveal.
  •  Assessment of visual scanning skills and ability to use the mouse cursor to explore the screen.
  •  Graded teaching of using mouse cursor movement in a purposeful way.
  •  Customisable activities to meet specific needs and interests.
  •  Record keeping – video playback, heat mapping and line tracing of eye gaze movements for assessment, progress records and art work purposes!



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