The new Block Magic prototype appreciated by the audience of the Learning innovations and Quality conference
Block Magic paper and consequently our project were presented in the LINQ workshop that was held in the FAO structures. Orazio Miglino (on the photo) described our first results achieved and showed the prototype to the audience. The feedbacks were positive, in particular when Orazio showed the device the attention was at maximum level. In addition, the speaker who presented own paper after us (Alan Bruce with the paper ‘Quality Inclusion and Transition for Disabled Students: an innovative international framework’) cited many times our project, with a perfect understanding the potentiality for the children with special needs.
Our paperis included in the LINQ proceedings:
Learning innovations and Quality: The Future of Digital Resources
C.M. Stracke (Editor)
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