|Crowd Beginning to Fill the Space at Dassault Systemes|
|There Was Pizza|
Smartick was there with their method for developing kids' math skills. Saw them at #MIN90 back in September. I'm still happy to see people taking on the challenge of building up the math skills of kids from ages 4 thru 14, especially girls. Math is very important, no matter what those kids are going to do when they grow up.
The chosen presenters were:
- ScholarJet - Grand Prize
- Flye App
I loved how Didart combines technology and hands-on craft experiences to teach kids about culture, craftsmanship, and the environment. Kids get to take a virtual journey to a country such as Guatemala and learn techniques from traditional craftsmen and at the same time use the materials in the artisan kits to make things themselves. Their team also had the best T-shirts, so I hereby award them both Best Costume and Best Prop of MIN92.
|Some of the Craft Materials from the Guatemala Artisinal Kit|
|ScholarJet Talking Action-based Scholarships at their Table|
|ScholarJet Rocking the Presentation|
|inli.ne at the Table Talking about the Common Application|
Cognii provides an artificial intelligence tool for interactive learning and assessment. Think of it as a virtual learning assistant.
Flye App is a location-based scavenger hunt game that allows kids to learn about their surroundings in a fun and innovative way. It runs on both IOS and Android. Pretty cool.
|Flye App Demo|
|Eduporium with a Table Full of STEM Items in their Discovery Bundle|
|Videoing Lyriko Talking about Learning Languages through Music|
|Expert Looking Expert|