Originally Posted by byhookorbycrook
I haven't taken part in anything like that before but I'll check it out.
And rest assured I'm dedicated enough to be looking for school apps on my own iPad for the purpose of better learning outcomes for children who specifically need access to something like this to overcome their individual difficulties. If I was looking for cool for cool sake, I'd be playing angry birds right now.
For example, a child with moderate fine motor skill issues would benefit from using the iPad to trace letters instead of battling to hold a pencil correctly and make the letters.
The suspicion that using advanced IT equipment for children means that learning outcomes drop in priority has always made me curious