There have been many debates about the efficiency of learning styles based learning, is it just a buzz or something worth in education. One article from EdSurge by Dan Belenky laments very descriptively that it is only a myth
Why and How To Teach Children About Processes IT and STEM as current and future attractive skills. Definitely, these are 21 century must have skills and they are in the focus of national curriculums. Processes are essential basics of IT
Gabriel’s Seeds is now open for personalization for any child. With the new media insertion functionality, educators can include any Youtube video that might interest young pupils in learning apps. Video or online game can be combined with game layouts. Reading&writing, math, brain teasers, perception and memory games, logic and etc., can include your preferred videos for additional learning enrichment.
Brain Teasing Larvas and Butterflies I’ve bought recently book with huge amounts of IQ puzzles for children. The book contained mostly visual tasks and answers, and in a certain way, I was entertaining myself just by solving puzzles in mind.
Better mobile experience Gabriel’s Seeds is a web application, meaning it will not work optimally in iOS or Android as native mobile apps. Till today our mobile templates were not “the best” besides they were minimalistic. We are one step further with
Achievements in kindergarten and preschool Technology is prominent in the modern world and everyday life. Children are relaxed and comfortable with cell phones, computers, and other electronics. The learning environments are greatly enhanced by the inclusion of electronics in the
Teachers playlists for classroom games Education with fun Recently, Larry Ferlazzo endorsed Legends of Learning on his great post. He talked about how teachers can simply create games’ playlists as teaching aids in classrooms. This endorsement, caused me to remember and
Education in the Information Age If you can’t beat them, join them. The quote above, sums up what education has become in the world we live in. I’ve had several conversations with many parents, and from these conversations, the
STEM for KIDS in kindergarten, not kidding Studies have shown that the ‘catch them young’ approach is the best way to sustain a better technological and economic growth in the nearest future. Science Technology Engineering and Mathematical growth are the
Using Humor in Children’s Learning Apps for Effective Learning “If humor were a science, every child would enter the world with an honorary degree, Ph.D. of Hilarity.” This statement by Karen Stephens, an instructor in child development at Illinois