Saturday 26th May, 2012
12:10pm to 12:55pm
There are now over 30,000 educational apps in the iOS App Store alone. Thousands of developers have flocked to mobile devices on all platforms to build tools for teachers and educators, but when it comes to quality apps for learning - neither the crowd, nor algorithms are as effective as they need to be.
Daniel will share his work on the Children's App Manifesto, research with the Joan Ganz Cooney Centre and LEGO Learning Institute and talk to the development of an App Filter that will help teachers sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to find apps that best engage and facilitate learning.
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