Think It By Hand [www.thinkitbyhand.com] has joined forces with University of California, Irvine in a project that will evaluate how easily and effectively students with high-functioning autism [specifically students in 4th, 5th and 6th grade] interact between hands-on teaching aids and touch-screen technology in the subject area of math.
They need four  students [4th, 5th or 6th grade only] for a 30- to 40-minute usability study on a Saturday in May. Exact date and time not yet determined.
Here’s the best part. At the end of their visit, each student will receive two unrestricted movie passes.
This is a first-come, first-served opportunity. For more information or to schedule your student, contact Guy Foresman directly. firstname.lastname@example.org.