Skoog 2.0 brings wireless connectivity to the multi-use educational musical instrument — TechCrunch

“The key was to create an instrument for all children,” explains Skoog co-inventor Dr. Ben Schögler. “That includes kids with disabilities, whether physical or learning disabilities. It was made to be an inclusive instrument, because musical instruments are beautiful, they’re fantastic, but they’re difficult to play.” Born out of Edinburg University in… Read More

via Skoog 2.0 brings wireless connectivity to the multi-use educational musical instrument — TechCrunch

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  1. Certainly there are innumerable use cases to which this initiative may be extended to. Thank you so much for sharing this info. We’re aware of one school in our neighbourhood that offers special education curriculum to students with special needs. This post is indeed invaluable.

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