Smart Toys and Games, Inc., a leading producer of award-winning single-player logic games and the SmartMax® magnetic construction system has partnered with Hooked on Science, donating building sets so that students can playfully explore the wonders of magnetism as part of learning STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) concepts.
Teq Unveils PD Course Co-Developed with Education Visionary Sharnell Jackson to Help Schools Use Data to Drive Personalized Learning Success
Huntington Station, New York, Feb. 4, 2014 –– Teq, a leading educational technology and professional development company, today announced a new multi-class blended course designed to help K-12 schools and districts effectively leverage student data for the best results in personalized learning. The full release can be found below...
Author's Bio: Ross Smythe is the chief concept developer at Teknowledge Mobile Studio in India. He writes regularly on the web, and on topics related to educational apps for kids. In this article, he highlights how parents can keep a eye on the usage of iPhone apps in their children.
Recent international surveys have revealed that nearly 39% of kids under the age of two access apps on smartphone devices.
This rather startling statistic clearly underlines the burgeoning popularity of internet-enabled gadgets among young children, across the world.
With new, snazzy iPhone apps for kids - dedicated exclusively for English learning and storytelling - being launched by companies on a regular basis, apps have gradually become a part of the elementary education of pre-schoolers. Clearly, parents need to keep a eye on how these apps are being used, and here are some tips to help:
David Brown is a Content Manager with a Big Four professional services firm. He writes on a variety of topics with a strong focus on education. This is his first post for the EdTech Roundup.
There is no doubt that technology has revolutionized the concept of education. Smartphones and tablets are gradually becoming an indispensable part of school life. Thanks to mobile devices like the iPhone and Galaxy tab, education is becoming a much more personalized experience. On top of that, teachers are expected to have an understanding of how technology can be used for teaching effectively.
Smartphone applications have become very important in this context. However, there are far too many mobile applications available on the market, and not all are useful for K-12 students. Here is a short list that can help you begin to pick the best mobile apps for your students.
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