April 10, 2012 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Salem, Oregon - Mobile Education Store, a developer of language based education apps for the iPad and iPhone platforms, is excited to announce that its president, Kyle Tomson, will appear on the Lifetime network show, The Balancing Act. The Balancing Act focuses on issues that inspire women and help them achieve balance in their busy lives. They invite the country's leading experts to give information and advice about a wide range of topics that affect women's lives.
Since the education of children is such a big part of this balance, they have created an education initiative called Parent-Teacher Corner. This initiative addresses issues within the K12 education system and helps families supplement public education with home activities. They also present information to help parents, teachers, and administrators bring positive change to America's schools.
The Balancing Act invited Mobile Education Store to appear on the show to share its story and talk about their award winning language and literacy apps. "It's a real honor to be invited as a guest on The Balancing Act", says Kyle Tomson, president of Mobile Education Store. "As they only invite guests who offer the best of the best in education tools, it is a testament to the quality and value of our iOS apps that we were invited to appear. We are thrilled to be part of their education initiative."
The air date for the segment is April 17th at 7:00am.
Mobile Education Store develops language education apps for the iOS platform. We are dedicated to providing cost effective educational tools teachers and parents. Our products take advantage of the mobile visual and touch mediums that are now available to the masses. By engaging the visual, audio and tactile senses, our products help children learn faster and retain what they learn with more ease. Our award winning apps allow parents, teachers and speech pathologists to help students overcome language and social difficulties in a fun and engaging way. Visit Mobile Education Store and let us show you how we help kids - connect the dots. Copyright (C) 2012 Mobile Education Store. 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.