Har Wee Ai，北京师范大学教育学部本科生（马来西亚）
Har Wee Ai介绍了疫情加剧了马来西亚残疾儿童的不平等现象，减少了残疾儿童获得康复治疗和早期干预的机会。为了使残疾儿童在特殊时期获得关键治疗，她与参赛团队共同设计了一款针对4-12岁自闭症儿童社会情感学习的教育游戏Mind Forest Pro，该软件通过趣味性的真实情景游戏，指导儿童在寓教于乐的游戏中培养社会情感能力，同时记录儿童的学习进度，帮助家长和老师了解自闭症儿童的学习情况，致力于为特殊儿童居家干预训练提供创新性解决方案。
Har Wee Ai (Malaysia), Undergraduate student, Beijing Normal University
Har Wee Ai clarified that the pandemic has exacerbated inequality among disabled children in Malaysia and reduced their access to rehabilitation and early intervention. In order to enable children with disabilities to access affordable and personalized therapy that folds into Autistic children daily basis. Her team focused on designing an educational game Mind Forest Pro that aimed to develop social-emotional learning skills for 4-12 aged autistic children. The product guides children to cultivate their social-emotional ability in an entertaining game through interesting real situation games. At the same time, children's learning progress is recorded and parents can then help children to transfer the skills learned at home into substantial social improvements for autistic children.
Besides that, she believes that the inequities and inefficiencies of the education system exposed in the pandemic era also provide a unique opportunity for educators and leaders to press pause and reimagine the future of education. She also shared the innovative case of the inclusive playground launched by UNICEF Malaysia. In conclusion, she hopes that in the future, more people will take differences as a source of strength and creativity, and consciously have the mindset of using principles of human-centered design and universal design thinking. Promote a shared understanding of inclusion and diversity in society so that all people, regardless of age, gender or disability, can participate equally in all forms of life.