Creative writing, vocabulary apps

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

Root-One, Inc. (www.root-1.com), developer of adaptive learning apps, today launched two new apps:

  • StoryLines, an app to help improve creative writing and foster collaboration. StoryLines is available for the iPad at the iTunes App Store.

StoryLines is a collaborative game of “telephone” with pictures, and is available at the iTunes App Store, and is free through the end of October.

  • Word Joust K-5 and Word Joust 6-8, free adaptive mobile apps aimed at helping elementary and middle-school students respectively improve their vocabulary and scholastic test performance.                                                

Word Joust is built on technology that evaluates user mastery of vocabulary for various levels of difficulty.


 

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