DJ Edgerton: Getting Kids to Perform Better Through Improved Health and Engagement
Leading experience architects reflect on the role sleep plays in our children's education and how we can gamify better students
As a part of PSFK’s Good Data Contest, Zemoga wanted to create something that went beyond today’s connected classrooms. We wanted to create an app that was fun for kids to use, while parents, teachers and administrators could also gain valuable information and use that information to improve the education process. To that end, we created Jumpstart, a fully integrated, dynamic app that allows students, parents and administrators to work together to form a more comprehensive view of an individual child’s health.
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