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App iconThis App is supposed to help children with learning multiplication tables up to ten. It is possible to create an account for tracking your success. If a registered user is playing, problematical calculations are tested more often. There are three difficulty levels and two different modes. In one of the modes the correct result has to be entered by numerical buttons and in the other one the result has to be chosen from seven numbers. The friendly assistent Paul the panda is commenting your learning sessions.

MatheBingo gewinnt den Lörnie 2013 in der Kategorie Apps

Wir freuen uns sehr bekannt geben zu können, dass unsere App MatheBingo den Lörnie 2013 in der Kategorie Apps gewonnen hat. Der Preis wird jährlich vom Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur für „ausgezeichnetes e-Learning“ vergeben.
Herzliche Gratulation nochmals allen Beteiligten und wir hoffen, dass auch alle Kinder viel Spaß an der App haben.

[publication] Mobile Learning in Kombination mit Learning Analytics

Im neu erschienenen Hamburger eLearning Magazin rund um das Thema „Mobile Learning“ haben wir kurz über die jüngsten Entwicklungen unseres EinmalEins-Trainers berichtet.
Hier gibt es den ganzen Artikel bzw. ist auch das gesamte Magazin hier online:

Zitation: Ebner, M., Schön, M. (2012) Mobile Learning in Kombination mit Learning Analytics, Hamburger eLearning Magazin, Ausgabe 9, S. 32-34 [Link]

[ipad] book: iPads in the Classroom

The second volume of our book series „Internet-Technology and Society“ (ITuG) is now published. It’s about our experiences with the use of iPads in classrooms. Sabrina’s master thesis with the title „iPads in the Classroom“ is now online available.


The current media landscape is changing and growing at a fast pace which is increasingly affecting the school sector. Numerous schools all over the world have already focused on the value added to lessons by tablet computers, such as Apple’s iPad. A myriad of learning applications and ways to transfer subject matters are provided on and through such devices. However, at the present time, there is little experience with respect to the didactically reasonable inclusion of tablets in schools. Therefore, the motivation of this book, which is based on a diploma thesis, is to provide a general overview of the didactical integration of tablets, in this case, Apple’s iPad. Within a field experiment educational apps are being tested and evaluated according to the Austrian curriculum for foreign languages as well as iOS Human Interface Guidelines that focus on user interface and user experience

The book is published by our partner Book-on-Demand.

Reference: Huber, S. (2012) iPads in the Classroom, Ebner, M. & Schön, S. (ed.), Internet-Technology and Society, Volume 2, Book on Demand, Norderstedt