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Friday, August 31, 2012

Question Builder Giveaway

Hi everyone!! I have some fabulous news! Kyle Tomson, President and Founder of Mobile Education Store, has offered us two promo codes! One will be for Question Builder and the other for Conversation Builder. Since he is being so generous to us, Holly and I have decided to write a review (of our own opinions) on each of those apps.

Question Builder by Mobile Education Store

"Question Builder is designed to help elementary aged children learn to answer abstract questions and create responses based on inference."

This app is great to use for those students with audtiory processing, problem-solving, and social skill deficits. I plan to use this app with several students who have difficulty understanding inferences.

The app allows you to choose what type of question you want asked: Why, Where, How, What or you can choose for the app to randomly choose the question.

There are three levels of play:

Level 1 questions relate directly to something in the picture
Level 2 questions require the student to make an inference about the picture

Level 3 questions require the student to make more complex inferences about the picture

I like the flexibility of the app. You are able to choose if the question is shown or not, how it is shown and whether or not the audio reinforcement is on/off.

Last, but not least, there is a Stats tab that takes data on each student/user. It gives you information on what level you are currently working on, the type of questions being asked, the number of correct answers for each of those levels and questions, and the attempts the student has made to answer those questions.

The only thing I'd like to see in the update are percentages; I would like to see the percentage of correct responses for each level and each type of question. Other than that, this is a great app with lots of potential!! So if you think you'd like this app, enter for a chance to win a promo code below or go to our App page to download from iTunes. Stay tuned, Holly will be posting about the Conversation Builder app and you will be able to enter for a chance to win a promo code for that app!!

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  1. This app looks like it would be great and fun too!

  2. nice! i like the different levels to make it useful with a greater variety of students. i have story builder, sentence builder, and conversation builder--all of which are good and the kids really enjoy them!

  3. I work with a little girl whose SLP at school has this. She loves it and keeps asking me to get it! :)

  4. Another great app from Mobile Education!

  5. I have LanguageBuilder and find it really useful. Would love to try this one out as well. :)

  6. This looks like a wonderful app and would love to try it out!