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This is a powerful post by Joe Bower of the blog for the love of learning about the game Angry Birds and its educational value.  Wow, how cool is that Angry Birds actually can be used educationally. No excuses now.

“I’ve had two iPads in my classroom for sometime now and as a class we share them. Yesterday, I continued to use the iPad with Allan (not his real name), a seven year old boy who has special needs (Read: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder).

For a few weeks now, I’ve had Allan playing on a number of iPad apps including a wide variety of Dr. Seuss books, logic puzzles, Pages and YouTube.
Yesterday, Allan was playing the free version of Angry Birds that I had on one of my iPads. It was fascinating to watch his initially clumsy pokes develop into very deliberate and accurate gestures. After completing all the levels on the Free version, Allan begged me to buy the full version – so I did.”
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One Response to How I use Angry Birds in the classroom by Joe Bower

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