Visiting the BETT Show (22–25 January 2014) at the Excel Centre in London? Drop by at the Stone Computers stand to see demos of some of the best education technology apps from October’s EdTech Hackathon.
The demonstrations will all be held on Stand C102 in the Computing Curriculum topic area, and will be presented by the app developers themselves.
A game where the player has to discover and retrieve treasure chests from a treasure island. All the items in the chests are in the Maritime Museum, so the children learn about the museum’s collections as they play the game.
A platform that helps trainees to connect with tutors in their local area and enables them to crowdfund the courses.
Uses json data from the Tate Gallery to analyse and create data visualisations of the artworks in the Collection.
Code Kingdoms makes kids love Computer Science by making it fun. Programming fundamentals are taught to 6-13 year olds through playing & creating their own game.
A game to teach children healthy eating habits
Educake offers online homework, revision and classwork for GCSE Science.
Non-verbal students can Talkinpictures and photographs with this simple, fully customisable app for android tablets and phones.
Little Poets develops literacy and poetry skills in 4–6-year-olds. Curriculum-based app with animated lessons and interactive quizzes to maximize learning.