This study focuses on testing the feasibility of a mobile-assisted learning tool, “CLAPP”, for Taiwanese children with written language disorder (TCWLD). Our study designed this auxiliary tool, CLAPP, to help TCWLDs improve their reading and handwriting abilities in traditional Chinese through tablet computers, multimedia design, and writing strategy. In order to realize the perceived value from the target user, we first showed an introductive video to both 8 clinical instructors and 8 elementary school TCWLDs, then asked them to complete the formative questionnaires. The result showed that most clinical instructors had shown comprehensive positive feedback on both mobile-assisted teaching contents and its user interface design. From the perspective of TCWLDs, they tended to choose those concrete and colorful pictures to match their lexical representations. With these data collections, we are going to improve and complete a better CLAPP system.

Authors: Chieh-Ning Lan, Tzu-Shin Lin

Published in: World Congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2021)

  • Date of Conference: 22-24 November 2021
  • DOI: 10.20533/WCSNE.2021.0011
  • ISBN: 978-1-913572-43-3
  • Conference Location: Virtual (London, UK)