Audiojack is an audiobased movie that is curretnly being used in education and with the blind schools across the US. An Audiojack has no video, no music and no dialogue. Hundreds of sound effects are layered together to tell a story that is combined with custom lesson plans that challenge students CORE and STEM skills.
Audiojack has already been implemented in after school programs, summer programs, general education at the high school and elementary school level. Perkins School for the Blind and California School for the Blind have also adopted the program for their current school years. California Teaching Fellows Foundation has also brought in the program to their collection of 100+ after school sites in Central California. Los Angeles based private and public schools are also using Audiojack in their general education coursework.
Currently Boys and Girls Clubs of America and YMCA are doing their trial runs with the program.