Digitized Dialect

Learning new languages takes a high-tech turn with digital aids for children

Implications - As a growing emphasis is placed upon education, digital tools for aiding things like speech development are emerging for a more streamlined approach to learning. No longer requiring a one-on-one session with a teacher, learning different languages and dialects has become something that can be done independently through the use of technology. From educational robots to language helping apps, these examples not only speak to the growing use of technology within education, but it also showcases the need for tools that help foster more advanced academic learning, especially at a younger age.
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Lightweight Language Apps - The Duolingo App Helps Hindi-Speaking Indians Learn English
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Average 441 Clicks Pub: Feb 24, 16
Lightweight Language Apps
The Duolingo App Helps Hindi-Speaking Indians Learn English
Duolingo has long helped many people to learn new languages for free and without making them deal with the hassle of advertisements. Now however, the service has launched a Hindi mobile app that is... [More]
Children's Language Games - Ligumi Play Teaches Children Languages with Augmented Reality Toys
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This Year and Average 942 Clicks Pub: Sep 29, 16
Children's Language Games
Ligumi Play Teaches Children Languages with Augmented Reality Toys
Compared to adults, children’s developmental stage makes it easier to learn things like languages, but the Ligumi Play system makes learning new languages not only easy, but fun as well.... [More]
Language-Teaching Robots - The 'L2TOR' Robot is Designed to Help Students Learn Languages Faster
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Untested 392 Clicks Pub: Feb 24, 16
Language-Teaching Robots
The 'L2TOR' Robot is Designed to Help Students Learn Languages Faster
‘L2TOR’ is a robotic device that is designed to help children learn languages quickly. Although students learn a language faster when they receive one-on-one instruction, the majority of... [More]
Multilingual Teaching Toys - 'DipDip' is a Plush Panda Capable of Teaching Nine Different Languages
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Mild 332 Clicks Pub: Jun 2, 15
Multilingual Teaching Toys
'DipDip' is a Plush Panda Capable of Teaching Nine Different Languages
‘DipDip’ is the world’s first multilingual teaching toy designed to help children learn new languages with ease and confidence. The adorable plush panda uses fun interactive games... [More]
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