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  2. List of educational software - Wikipedia

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    Gravit - a free (GPL) Newtonian gravity simulator KGeography KStars NASA World Wind - free software ( NASA open source) Stellarium Swamp Gas Visits the United States of America - a game that teaches geography to children Where is Carmen Sandiego? game series WorldWide Telescope - a freeware from Microsoft Health [ edit] TeachAids History [ edit]

  3. Educational software - Wikipedia

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    Educational software is a term used for any computer software which is made for an educational purpose. It encompasses different ranges from language learning software to classroom management software to reference software. The purpose of all this software is to make some part of education more effective and efficient. Contents 1 History

  4. List of free and open-source software packages - Wikipedia

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    Moodle – Free and open-source learning management system. OLAT – Web-based Learning Content Management System. Omeka – Content management system for online digital collections. openSIS – Web-based Student Information and School Management system. Sakai Project – Web-based learning management system.

  5. The ClueFinders - Wikipedia

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    (January 2019) ClueFinders is an educational software series aimed at children ages 8-12 that features a group of mystery-solving teens. The series was created by The Learning Company (formerly SoftKey) as a counterpart to their Reader Rabbit series for older, elementary-aged students.

  6. List of educational programming languages - Wikipedia

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    Alice is a free programming software designed to teach event-driven object-oriented programming to children. Programmers create interactive stories using a modern IDE interface with a drag and drop style of programming.

  7. JumpStart - Wikipedia

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    Jumpstart Preschool (2nd), Jumpstart First Grade (3rd), Jumpstart Kindergarten (7th), and Jumpstart Second Grade (8th) were among the top-selling home-education software across 13 software retail chains in the week ending May 1, 1999. [54] By 2002, the series sold over 13 million units. [55] Awards and nominations [ edit]

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