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Efficacy Study of Motion Math

Dec 14, 2011

SIMPLIFIED RESULTS: For all the rage surrounding iPads and apps in classrooms, there's surprisingly little research supporting their effectiveness beyond personal anecdotes company-supported studies. No longer, says Motion Math, which is setting a good trend by funding a study of its acclaimed fractions game, led by USC professor Michelle Riconscente. We certainly like the easy-to-follow methodology and tables. The report, released by GameDesk, shows students improving test scores and having a lot of fun, which as we all know, just happens to be a coincidence, right?

Research

Efficacy Study of Motion Math

Dec 14, 2011

SIMPLIFIED RESULTS: For all the rage surrounding iPads and apps in classrooms, there's surprisingly little research supporting their effectiveness beyond personal anecdotes company-supported studies. No longer, says Motion Math, which is setting a good trend by funding a study of its acclaimed fractions game, led by USC professor Michelle Riconscente. We certainly like the easy-to-follow methodology and tables. The report, released by GameDesk, shows students improving test scores and having a lot of fun, which as we all know, just happens to be a coincidence, right?

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