We noticed a gap in relatability with ordinary learning materials, so I created iRecognize to allow users to design custom quizzes using content they are familiar with: their own.
Bowling Green, Kentucky (PRWEB) October 25, 2016
iRecognize, a custom photo flashcard iPad app, allows users to create quizzes intended for learning and recollection by using their own photos, text, and voice to create one-of-a-kind educational material. Unlike traditional, and often mundane testing material, iRecognize has created a unique learning environment to improve and test skills of all levels.
“We noticed a gap in relatability with ordinary learning materials, so I created iRecognize to allow users to design custom quizzes using content they are familiar with: their own,” says Richard Dressler, CEO of iRecognize Solutions, LLC.
iRecognize features an easily navigated user interface that allows its quiz makers and takers to instantly create a custom quiz, test their skills with one of the preloaded quizzes, and track their progress with the results tool.
iRecognize has an infinite amount of applications limited only by one’s imagination. From introducing preschoolers their colors, shapes, and basic concepts, to helping students of any grade or subject prepare for a big exam. iRecognize even serves as a great tool for keeping the elderly sharp during their golden years. Users can create quizzes in any language, or combination of languages, which makes it perfect for language classes as well. Parents with special needs children will enjoy the iRecognize’s customization platform that allows them to create familiar content that their child will want to engage with.
“Whether you’re an adult or adolescent, we all suffer from day-dreaming, or loss of interest from time-to-time. iRecognize’s use of materials that we recognize is more likely to keep the test-taker’s attention over uninteresting imagery that they don’t relate to,” says Dressler.
iRecognize is currently available for free, with in-app purchases, in the iTunes App Store. For more information, visit http://www.irecognizeapp.com.
The iRecognize® app was developed by Dr. Richard Dressler, a Speech-Language Pathologist to help individuals to practice recognizing people, places, and things. By allowing the user to create custom quizzes using their own photos, families, parents, teachers, and therapists can provide personalized practice for individuals with memory problems, children with autism, toddlers learning basic concepts, or school children learning about states and capitals. Each quiz can be further personalized with familiar persons’ voices giving words of encouragement and recorded labels for each photo. Improving recognition and learning is enhanced by using familiar items and voices. The iRecognize® app provides that opportunity with its use of personal photos to create a fun and personalized way to improve recognition and learning. “Don’t just look at your photos ... learn from them!”