At Kumamoto School for the Deaf (left) Flashcard for fingerspelling (right) (photos: http://www.chieru.co.jp/)
November 29, 2013
The flash type teaching-materials practice use project, which a company called "CHieru" plays a role as a secretariat, supports the activity of the "deaf school network construction program" at Kumamoto prefectural Kumamoto School for the Deaf, and exhibited flash type teaching materials for Deaf education in the website "eTeachers," the materials download site.
The project started in 2007 to utilize the flash type teaching materials widely at schools.
The "seminar on the practical use of flash type teaching materials" was held 40 times all over the country, and a little more than 2,800 persons participated. The website "eTeachers," which collects and offers flashcards for teaching materials, is developed and shown online.
The teaching materials dedicated to "eTeachers" go up to 13,000 cases, and are utilized widely at schools all over the country.
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