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My children love the Hot Dots alphabet cards. I am a pediatric occupational therapist and it is a great activity to work on grasping, visual discrimination, letter recognition, form constancy, and visual motor integration skills. For parents it is a great activity to work on independent learning and play, as the pen provides feedback as to whether or not the chosen answer is correct. My kids love when it lights up and makes a sound. If you want to do this activity in a quiet area, you can even turn the sound off and just see red or green lights to notify the child if the chosen answer is correct. The only thing I would change would be to have an option to only provide positive feedback (lights and sound) when the chosen answer is correct versus providing lights and sound for incorrect answers as well. I believe this would encourage increased attention to the task in a more desperate attempt to receive the auditory and visual feedback on the first attempt. Overall, I would recommend this product!
I have been using this remote for many years and love the many controls on this "clicker". I've not seen a more versatile clicker yet. That said, I keep waiting for a new model to address the main drawbacks: 1. Red laser. The laser is weak. The spot is difficult to see in large classrooms or at conferences, especially for colour blind people. If only this model came with a green laser! 2. Mouse. Finicky mouse controls makes it hard to operate in fine movements. It ends up being jerky. 3. User-friendly. Because of all the controls (which I would not trade), you can't simply hand the controller to someone presenting who has not used it before. They invariably start pressing the mouse controls at the top to advance their slide and have troubles finding the laser button. I know this pointer like the back of my hand, and love its functionality, but it's not immediately intuitive to others. Overall, I leave my fingers crossed that a green laser version comes out soon. I am going to an international conference this month (and teaching a big course this fall) and will need to find a second pointer for these big screens, which is unfortunate given the purpose of this remote.
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