Students Comment on Literacy Games

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

Quantum Learning Technologies (QLT), developer of game-based, web-delivered educational products, announced today that their daily twitter feed, “What Kids Are Saying!”  has received more than 2,500 unsolicited product comments from student users per month in the past two months.  

“What Kids Are Saying!” provides a real-time forum where kids can comment on their experiences with
SkatekidsTM, the award-winning literacy and reading comprehension program from Quantum Learning Technologies.

SkatekidsTM virtual learning world contains scientifically developed literacy, problem solving and cognitive skill building games as well as non-educational activities and games designed to allow brief, frequent breaks from the fun but challenging learning activities. For more information visit

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