January 10, 2011 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Austrailia - Educational Services Australia Ltd., a ministerial company delivering innovative educational services, today announces the recent successful launch of Birthday Buzz: International Edition for the iPad. Developed as a learning tool, this application encourages children to learn about written structure and timelines. A variety of hands-on interactive learning features allow younger users to actively participate in their education as opposed to being passive observers. Birthday Buzz: International Edition is currently available on the iTunes App Store for $0.99 for a limited time.
This educational tool attempts encourages young students to begin making cognitive predictions regarding the outcome and progression of a given storyline by letting them actively explore and subsequently make inferences about the story's title as well as its cover illustrations. Users are also charged with interpreting visual text for meaning and correctly arranging graphic storyboards to go along with their interpretations.
Because Birthday Buzz: International Edition is designed to offer an engaging learning experience specifically for youngsters it is structured to accommodate their unique needs as well. The app's user interface is simple and colorful its various interactive elements are clearly labeled in a visual manner in order to be accessible by such a youthful demographic. Birthday Buzz: International Edition provides the perfect mix of simple entertainment and effective learning techniques to prove a valuable tool for any young student in the process of mastering the use iconic and non-iconic inferences as well as determining narrative structure and the like.
Located in Melbourne, Educational Services Australia Ltd. is a ministerial company delivering innovative, cost-effective services across all sectors of education and training. The organization is currently expanding their operations into the mobile marketplace in hopes of bringing effective and engaging learning solutions to as many students as possible. (C) Educational Services Australia 2011. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.