Teacher Creates iOS App That Randomly Calls On Students, and Asks Questions Based on Their Current Learning Level

June 20, 2011 § Leave a comment

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Source: pe.com

A Corona teacher has developed a handheld-computer application to call on students randomly and ask them questions that are easy or hard enough for their current learning level.

It technically works on the iPad, but was designed for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Not too shabby for $2.99. Here’s the iTunes store link.

        

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