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  • The images are place holders. We can work on looking for more creative images- Maithili
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  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Hero Skills™ was designed to conform to the guidelines set out by the National Association for Education of Young children and the Fred Rogers Centre for Early Learning and Children’s Media as outlined in their latest Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs. Their research of the best use and implementation of technology in early learning was done over a number of years and finally officially adopted in January 2012. For detailed information of their findings please use the following weblink:  
  • Raptivity Games Show Webinar

    1. 1. Presented byGames Show Hosts Janhavi Padture Jamaica GlennGames Show Expert Nadine Jeffers
    2. 2. If you cannot hear the audio:Click the arrow icon at the upper right, in the webinar panelExpand the Audio sectionClick the Audio setupIf necessary, choose the Use Telephone option to see a phone number you can use
    3. 3. What are we NOT going to talk aboutPlay (Its not work) CooperationSensory stimulation AchievementEliminate Boredom StatusMental Challenge RewardCompetitionPersistence - comes from desire to out do own or others’ performance
    4. 4. 2...1...3...
    5. 5. Mine the Gold from Raptivity Evolve36th Raptivity gameAssessment based- answer questions correctly to claim your treasureChallengingLevels of complexityElement of winning
    6. 6. New initiative – 1 interaction released every 4-6 weeksComplimentary interactions for premium customersEncourage customer inputs & participation through community
    7. 7. Let’s Mine Some Gold… Using Mine the Gold in Schoolshttp://www.raptivity.com/flash-evolve/Children-Literature.swf
    8. 8. Let’s Mine Some Gold… Mine the Gold Game Being Played in Corporate Environmenthttp://www.raptivity.com/flash-evolve/CPR-Training.swf
    9. 9. Nadine: Avid User of Raptivity Games
    10. 10. Nadine Jeffers CEO Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Developmentwww.heroskills.com www.transcendencegroup.com
    11. 11. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood DevelopmentGuidelines for using technology asan educational tool during EarlyChildhood Development (ECD)http://bit.ly/M604sSALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    12. 12. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Benefits of good use of technology • Can improve children’s attitudes towards – Learning – Specific subject content – Different groups of people • Can create opportunities to introduce developmentally appropriate topics • It can encourage the development of communication and writing skills • Has a directly positive impact on cognitive skills development e.g. – Problem Solving - Analysis - Symbolising – Experimenting - Comprehension - GeneralisingALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    13. 13. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood DevelopmentThe best technology to use is that which is: • Interactive • Age and developmentally appropriate • Complementary to other means of learning • Encouraging human interaction • Educationally sound • In line with the family’s value system • Protecting the child from dangerous or exploitative situationsALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    14. 14. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be CreativeALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    15. 15. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Area Select – Single SelectionALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    16. 16. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colourALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    17. 17. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Drag and Drop – Image on ImageALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    18. 18. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interestALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    19. 19. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Catch Them FastALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    20. 20. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Scenario Based ClassificationALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    21. 21. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interest • Incorporate cartoons & humourALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    22. 22. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Graphic Choice – Multiple SelectionsALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    23. 23. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Area Select – Single SelectionALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    24. 24. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interest • Incorporate cartoons & humour • Think out of the boxALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    25. 25. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Labelling ExerciseALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    26. 26. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Area Select – Multiple SelectionsALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    27. 27. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interest • Incorporate cartoons & humour • Think out of the box • Entertaining & EducationalALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    28. 28. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Raptivity: Flip the bookALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    29. 29. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interest • Incorporate cartoons & humour • Think out of the box • Entertaining & Educational • Small rewardsALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    30. 30. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Have Levels Show Achievement Give Certificates Have Bonus GamesALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    31. 31. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development Instructional Design pointers • Be Creative • Maximise pictures & colour • Movement grabs interest • Incorporate cartoons & humour • Think out of the box • Entertaining & Educational • Small rewards • FUN!!!!ALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    32. 32. Interactive Games as a tool in Early Childhood Development “What we must remember above all in the education of our children is that their love of life should never weaken.” - Natalia Ginzburg -ALLIES IN EXCELLENCE Hero Skills™ is a product of Transcendence Group www.transcendencegroup.com
    33. 33. Nadine Jeffers CEO Examples from:www.heroskills.com www.transcendencegroup.com
    34. 34. Thank You Nadine!
    35. 35. More Samples from our CustomersLearning SolutionsPhilips Learning Center
    36. 36. Audience, Your Turn NowPlay for a chance to win! 2 Prizes up for grabs!
    37. 37. Your Time Starts Now…http://play.raptivity.com/
    38. 38. Raptivity Games Sample See all 36 Games in one shothttp://www.raptivity.com/games-samples
    39. 39. Breaking News!!! All Raptivity games now support HTML5 Games Turbo Pack with HTML5 released todayRaptivity now has 100+ interaction templates for iPad & iPhone
    40. 40. Announcing Special Year End Offers Offer Price | Regular For Edu/ Gov/ Offer Description Price Non-Profit Raptivity Essential $625 | $750 $469 | $563 Raptivity Pack Bundle $1499 | $1930 $1159 | $1447(Choose any 4 Packs along with Essential) Raptivity Himalaya $2700 | $3650 $2024 | $2737 http://www.raptivity.com/store
    41. 41. Thank YouJanhavi Padture Nadine Jeffers Jamaica Glenn For Raptivity queries write to info@raptivity.com For HeroSkills queries write to nadine@heroskills.com www.raptivity.com

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