The free iAdvocate app from Syracuse University (announced today) may just be the future of learning and helping parents advocate for their children with learning disabilities.
If not, it is certainly the future of successful, useful grants to universities. What could be more useful than releasing free apps to help learning?
It reminds me of the math app I blogged about a while back that is being given free by mobile carriers in Denmark to improve math scores.
The way to improvement may just be through our hand(helds.)
- Math Apps on Mobile Phones Free to Students in Denmark for 2011 (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
- The Case for Digital Citizenship in Schools (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
- Friends & Family (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
- A Lesson in Simple Augmented Reality (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
- 5 Wonderful Ways to Be Weird (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
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Application forms should never be completed in a hurry! This is another ideal opportunity for you to sell your skills. It is a good idea to make copies of the application to practise on prior to completing the form properly. This will provide you with the opportunity to correct any mistakes and decide on the best possible answers.
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