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Nick Antram

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UX/Visual designer at Quib.ly

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08Aug

Taking into account that every child is different and some will take to things quicker than others, as a general rule they will learn to ride a bike ...

08Aug

The idea of forcibly closing Ask is not only unrealistic due to the obvious legal implications but furthermore it detracts from the point that these ...

05Jul

Much as I love my iPhone, I am struck by a bit of guilt whenever I see [stories like this](http://www.chinalaborwatch.org/pro/proshow-176.html). ...

05Jul
What is the Fairphone and why should I care?

I first heard about the Fairphone when they had sold just over 5000, so they had just met their target. Like most smartphone users I was unaware of ...

27Jun

Oops there is a lot of chocolate, syrup and pancakes going on here among the replies! But I guess that is better than not eating brekkie at all?? I ...

26Jun
Can any one suggest an ideal breakfast for a fussy child?

My 1 year old loves Shreddies, but they are a devil to wash off the bibs when soggy! We did try her on a melon, banana, honey and granola smoothie ...

26Jun

I suggest you to have a look at Ebooks apps (yes, it's the company I work for). For a sneek peak visit ...

26Jun

I love a few of the Toca Boca apps. In many ways they are educational but you'd have to sit with your child and talk through what's happening for ...

26Jun

My school opted for iPads 2 years ago. Each teacher is free to choose apps he thinks suitable for the learning goals proposed. The criteria vary but ...

26Jun

Our schools use an App Evaluation Rubric that I modified from the Original owner by Harry Walker with permission. ...

26Jun

Outliers: the story of success by Malcolm Gladwell deals exactly with this topic. Date of birth, cut of dates in education and sport etc is directly ...

26Jun

Why should grades be based on age for any reason what so ever. Nothing drives me more crazy than the discussion of grades. Grades are meant to be a ...

24Jun

I love the Leap Frog products and give them credit for my children spelling. My son is also an excellent reader. I first started using the toys when ...

06Jun

My first thought on this is actually a video. Well 2 videos. They are called Letter Factory and Word Factory by Leap Frog. These videos are fantastic ...

05Jun

What toys can prepare a child for school?

14May

Are there any good educational apps for kids before they can read and write?

10May

Should summer-born children have their exam marks boosted to compensate for being almost a year younger?

26Apr

How do schools decide what apps are educational for their students?

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