In a field of mostly women, who thinks to teach boys with pragmatic difficulties how to choose a urinal? This review is a bit different than my usual, but the app is fun and can be a great ice-breaker for a pragmatics-based lesson or unit. And while it may seem to be a light-hearted topic, there can be serious consequences if children with autism or other disabilities don’t understand appropriate bathroom behavior. For example, I had a placement with an adolescent boy who was severely injured after he approached another boy at a urinal. (He, of course, was just trying to be friendly.) There are many other bathroom-related “hidden curriculum” considerations, but this can be a good place to start.
What It Is: An interactive game on choosing the appropriate urinal.