The Wisdom Wells floors were created by Kasper Neilson and Ole Iverson for children who have difficulty fitting into the classroom environment and can't sit and listen for many hours.
Helping the children learn by moving around follows the theory that to stimulate one area of intelligence can enhance skills in another. Integrating IT into a new way of learning, students use their hands and feet like a mouse to click on the screen to solve and complete different exercises.
Wisdom Well for Fun Learning
1. Movement-based Learning - Creating interactive learning experiences that involve physical movement can enhance learning for children who struggle to sit still.
2. Multi-sensory Education - Using interactive floors that engage multiple senses can improve learning outcomes for children with different learning styles.
3. Integrating Technology in Education - Combining technology with traditional educational approaches can provide a more engaging and effective learning experience for students.
1. Educational Technology - Developing interactive flooring systems and technology that support movement-based learning in classrooms and educational settings.
2. Special Education - Applying interactive floors and technology to support children with learning difficulties or disabilities in inclusive educational environments.
3. Early Childhood Education - Exploring the use of interactive floors to promote interactive and multi-sensory learning experiences for young children in early education settings.