Rock-Star: a Christmas tale | My first illustrated eBook now available! Free!
eBook (English version) now available on Lulu.com, and it's free! This is my last story, a short illustrated yet unknown story about the Christmas star. I first wrote the story one year ago. I had to read "something Christmas related" in front of my daughter's class. I could not find anything interesting, therefore I decided [...]
AR and pre-schoolers: a great augmented experience!
AR, or Augmented Reality, is something that is already known to those who work in the mobile/web/tech field and is becoming quite widespread all over the world to the "common" people too as a 2.0 version of QR codes (this is my opinion, of course). But what it is? " Augmented reality (AR) is a term for [...]
Check out “Dyslexie,” a new font that helps dyslexics read with ease
Dyslexia is a learning disability affecting many people worldwide, with percentages ranging from 5 to 20% of the population - the US National Institutes of Health estimates that one out of every five persons in the US suffers from dyslexia. One way people have tried combatting the symptoms of dyslexia is with fonts like Dyslexie [...]
Transmedia and children: LettersAlive | VIDEO
I am a big fan of technology, and I also think that the Web and tablets can really make education more engaging. I am not saying that a tablet-only class is the future, because what must be pursued is a balance between the new and the traditional teaching methods and media. Being a mother of [...]