Education

This page shows everything I have written, edited or project managed on the subject of Education:


MacFormat bookazine 'Learning with your iPad' (October 2013) feature:
 
Learning with your iPad
Unlock the educational potential of your iPad with our guide to where to find study materials online via apps and websites specifically designed to get the best out of the interactive capabilities the iPad offers.


This feature included an iTunes U walkthrough, as well as alternative iPad apps such as Khan Academy, Udemy and Skillshare to provide everything you need to further your education on your iPad.

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Official Windows magazine (Issue 6 - March 2013) feature:
 
Essential kit for students
Whether it's GCSEs, night courses, a degree, or a PhD, get to the top of the class with our guide to the best education technology.




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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 26 - February 2013) written with the help of my 5 and 2 year olds:
 
The Little Market - Fruits, vegetables, meat and fish
Designed to introduce your child to food recognition and basic shop mathematics, The Little Market is an educational app that lets you re-enact going to a busy marketplace.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 27 - December 2012) written with the help of my 5 and 2 year olds:
 
Leo's Pad Appisode 1 and 2
Give your toddler a helping hand with their word formation and vocalisation with this animated interactive A-Z of phonemes.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 23 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Pajanimals: Light In The Sky
Jim Henson's Company's creation the Pajanimals bounce onto your iPad/iPhone screen for an interactive musical tale about getting over your fear of the dark.



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 22 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
The Monsters family
Why not stop monsters haunting your kids' dreams and get them teaching them essential word, shape and colour recognition skills instead



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 21 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Little Digits
A deceptively simple app that really does help pre-schoolers learn to count, add and subtract using their fingers.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Collins Big Cat Playing Story Creator
An interactive storybook app from a popular author that also lets you create your own story using characters and objects from the book.



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - July 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Keys Kids Play HD
A versatile music app that lets your child 'play' various instruments by themselves or with friends.



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 19 - June 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
The Man Who Stared At The Sky
A fun storybook based on a classic fable with interactive objects, scenery and simple games throughout.



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