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Over this weekend, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Silver IT Fest on “Sharing Your Creativity With Your iPhone”, in Mandarin on Saturday and English on Sunday. The participants were really lively and responsive. (Look at their wonderful faces … Continue reading
Here’s a speedy prototype. This morning, I was thinking about spatial awareness and came up with this game that shows a place from 5 different perspectives. And so I got the graphics created and stitched together this TinyTap game very … Continue reading
I have had this idea for a while: to create a learning resource that makes use of choice like perhaps those “choose your own adventure” stories. For a while, I was not able to come up with a simple yet … Continue reading
In my latest creation, I wanted to create a TinyTap game for introducing very young learners to listening for and saying the names of basic shapes in Mandarin Chinese and English. The Type or Talk feature is a good fit … Continue reading
One of the newest features in TinyTap is to be able to curate and then create a suite of learning activities to form a course or a playlist. When creating from scratch, it allows the learning to be broken down into … Continue reading
There are 2 ways to make a TinyTap game more action packed – through the challenge mode and also using animated gifs. You can see both of these in Fun Spelling. The challenge mode is available at the top right-hand … Continue reading
I am experimenting with a mathematics-based story, and also included characters based on animals from southeast asia. http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g1ncz/play/party-hats Is the concept of addition too complex to introduce to the very young? Or is this too simple when it comes to … Continue reading