Over the last couple of weeks, there have been several reviews written about our ConversationBuilderTeen pragmatic speech app. We spent 18 months on the development of ConversationBuilderTeen, and it is really gratifying to hear so many different folks say how much the app is benefiting their students.
The first review was written by Wynsum Arts. Wynsum Arts is behind the free i.AM Search app, which allows parents, teachers and caregivers to find the best apps for children with special needs. This is a really great tool to help parents and educators find the right apps for specific skills. This is an interesting review because it also goes into the history of the development and what inspired me to create it. This review was also picked up by specialneeds.com and is posted here.
This review was written by Panda Speech. They are prolithic bloggers who write very nice reviews of lots of different apps.
I like this third review because of the author’s use of pictures. She has eight images from ConversationBuilderTeen as she explains the play, and it makes it much easier to follow how the app works with all the artwork.
This last review is actually about the elementary version of ConversationBuilder. It is very similar in what function, but has conversations more appropriate for elementary kids. It was written by playonwords.com, a well known and award winning review website.
ConversationBuilderTeen is part of Mobile Education Store’s award winning “builder” series of education apps. Mobile Education Store has won over 70 apps awards including educational developer of the year in 2011 and 2012.
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