Hot Springs Village, AR – A case study by a teacher who develops educational apps and curriculum has revealed that using apps in the classroom assists with teaching Common Core State Standards.
Cyndie Sebourn, a Hot Springs Village resident and National Board Certified Teacher, recently conducted a study using language arts, social studies, and science lesson plans that she designed to pair with “Treasure Kai and the Lost Gold of Shark Island,” a book app written by Karen Robertson.
Sebourn’s lesson plans, called “Smarty Activities,” were used in Ms. Wainscott’s third-grade class at Jessieville Elementary School. The activities were aligned with Common...

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