The finals session of Singapore’s mYouth Mobile App Challenge took place on 15th May where five finalists had come up with creative ideas to use mobile education to spread education. Awesome!
Second runner up was Civil Heroes, a game where players will choose a civil servant character to solve puzzles and safe the day! The aim of this game was to introduce young kids to possible careers in the civil sector.
The runner up was educat3 (read: Edu-cat), a learning platform where users can sign up as a learner or a tutor. It has cute cat character and uses reward system a.k.a. the virtual ‘yarnballs’ to encourage usage and learning!
Finally, champion app, Quest, allows tertiary students to link up and ask questions to each other. This encourages peer-to-peer learning and peer-mentoring across the different tertiary institutions.
Watch the videos from Singapore’s Local Mobile Camp: