Stephan

Taalblobs educational website with 25 HTML5 games

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Hi all,

I am pleased to announce that one of my biggest html5 projects was released this weekend. The project 'Taalblobs' is a commercial website with many educational games that is designed to practise Dutch spelling. It contains 25 games (all written in panda.js), approximately 5000 Dutch words, a reward system for pupils, an adaptive algorithm as well as the option for a manual override, an extensive monitoring system for teachers and many many more cool features, all designed to facilitate educational professionals. Currently Taalblobs will be available in Dutch only but I am thinking about porting the concept to other languages as well. (So if you are dyslexia expert and interested in participating, don't hesitate to contact me ;)!) 

If you are interested in the project, feel free to have a look and give a few games a quick try on the website https://www.taalblobs.nl/demo. You can have a look at some screenshots below or a full overview online at: https://www.taalblobs.nl/spellen.html

@Enpu: Once again thank you so much for your work on the Panda.js game engine and especially for making it publically available as an open source project. 

Stephan B)    

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The games look great :)

Is there a big market for HTML5 in educational games? I've heard from someone that Scorm (sharable content object reference model) is used by e-learning publishers in the Netherlands. I hadn't heard of that before, have you ever worked with that?

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