Pioneering a New Era in EdTech
TinyTap, a company that has consistently pushed the boundaries of traditional education, is transforming the way children learn. With the world’s largest library of educational games created by teachers, it is at the forefront of edtech innovation. From mathematics and language studies to social skills and science, it provides a comprehensive learning experience combining education and entertainment.
This integration is set to take TinyTap to the next level by integrating it with blockchain and tokenizing the learning process. As an educator myself, I have seen firsthand how technology can enhance learning experiences and engage students in new ways.
A Collaborative Approach to Learning
As a launch partner of Open Campus, TinyTap is pioneering a new era of collaborative learning. Open Campus is a community-led protocol that envisions a modern, global, and inclusive educational space where educators, content creators, parents, and students can collaborate.
In essence, the platform helps break the confines of the existing tech framework, which typically serves established national curricula. I recall working with colleagues from different countries on an international project – our collaboration was limited due to differing curricula and technology constraints. Open Campus addresses this challenge by fostering cross-border collaboration among educators.
Key Features of Open Campus
|Facilitates seamless cooperation between educators worldwide
|Ensures transparency and security in content creation
|Incentivizes participation through token rewards
TinyTap’s participation in ISTE 2023 serves as a testament to its unwavering commitment to revolutionizing education through technology. By leveraging innovative technologies like blockchain and fostering a collaborative learning environment through initiatives like Open Campus, TinyTap is setting unprecedented standards in edtech.
The upcoming ISTE 2023 conference will feature esteemed speakers, such as:
- Saswan Jaber (IDEA Teacher of the Year)
- Abran Maldonado (Associate Director at NYC Media Lab and AI)
- Sharif El-Mekki (Founder and CEO of Center for Black Educator Development)
These experts will share their invaluable insights and experiences from years of being involved in this space, further cementing the importance of technology in education.
As an educator, I am excited to witness the transformative potential of TinyTap and Open Campus in shaping the future of education. By embracing these innovations, we can empower our students with engaging learning experiences that foster creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration.