Design of educational applications without programming for children with disabilities using the neutrosophic statistical method
Keywords:design, technology, programming, educational applications, Neutrosophy
As technology advances, programming has become something of vital importance and that everyone should know how to handle, based on this, many platforms have emerged to develop applications without knowing how to program, hence making life easier for those who want to develop an application but do not know how to code. As a special needs teacher, whether you work in an inclusive classroom or specialized groups, each child is different from the next; they have different needs, behavior patterns, challenges, and talents. That is why employing apps and other digital tools to personalize your approach is so beneficial; they can help you tailor your curriculum to the needs of your students without making the process time-consuming and overwhelming. In this sense, it is necessary to develop the design of educational applications without programming for children with disabilities where they can access them without complications. The design of digital educational materials will be analyzed using the neutrosophic statistical method.
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