technology supported learning

How refugee parents use Facebook and WhatsApp to teach kids new skills
IRC has partnered with educational mobile platform Vroom to provide Syrian refugee parents
eLimu Home | eLimu
Literacy application for class 1 and 2 students. It includes hundreds of stories written by local teachers, illustrated by local artists
African Storybook
Open access to picture storybooks in the languages of Africa.For children’s literacy, enjoyment and imagination
Curriculum Concepts International
field-testing their education technology solutions this November in Tanzania, where 8000 Pixel C tablets will be deployed to 150 villages
Sugarizer | A taste of Sugar on any device
With Sugarizer, you can discover the Sugar Learning Platform on any device Used every day by nearly 3 million children around the world
Desmos | Beautiful, Free Math
Explore math with Desmos Graph functions, plot tables of data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more – for free
U of T startup’s Talking Stickers among Top 100 innovations in education | University of Toronto Alumni
“uses stickers with QR codes that play on users phones and tablets. The startup works with local education centres
Global Learning XPRIZE Finalist Teams | Global Learning XPRIZE
“develop open-source and scalable software that will enable children in developing countries to teach themselves basic reading

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