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Power of Three

"Power of Three" is an interactive educational App based on a story written by Pittsburgh, PA based Milana (Mim) Bizic, a well known teaching figure across schools and colleges in America

A highly interactive educational app that takes young readers on a journey through puzzles, exercises, history references, and more

Power of Three

by Bizic Education, LLC
Power of Three
Power of Three
Power of Three
Removed from the App Store

A highly interactive educational app that takes young readers on a journey through puzzles, exercises, history references, and more.

What is it about?

"Power of Three" is an interactive educational App based on a story written by Pittsburgh, PA based Milana (Mim) Bizic, a well known teaching figure across schools and colleges in America. The App takes readers through a journey of discovery through puzzles, exercises, history references, hidden games, etc.

Power of Three

For those who...

  • Power of Three is great for teachers and parents who are looking to inspire their children.

Not for those who...

  • The app is intended for young readers between the ages of five and 12. If your child falls outside of that range, the content clearly isn’t for them.

Why we love it

If you have a young child who is unsure of themselves, this book will certainly inspire them. It’s also loaded with educational elements and fun games to keep them engaged.

App Screenshots

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App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
(8)
Size
35Mb
Genre
Education Productivity
Last updated
September 27, 2012
Release date
September 27, 2012
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App Store Description

"Power of Three" is an interactive educational App based on a story written by Pittsburgh, PA based Milana (Mim) Bizic, a well known teaching figure across schools and colleges in America. The App takes readers through a journey of discovery through puzzles, exercises, history references, hidden games, etc.

Sometimes, shy children in a classroom are overshadowed by extroverted students with outgoing personality and verbal skills. The others sometimes get left behind, afraid to share their inner thoughts with anyone except a trusted friend or confidant.

In our story, Johnny, said to be the “lazy” and "reluctant" Learner, transforms himself into a CHANGE LEADER and CLASSROOM CHAMPION, providing vision and new direction to his fellow table teammates, and finally the whole class. We witness what could be unkind, bully-like behavior change into constructive, productive and positive classroom behavior.

The App encourages readers to imagine themselves as members of the library class, participating in and sharing as many ideas as they can, doing some matching exercises, and throughout the story, urging the virtual students to get "fired-up," finding the magic of learning, discovering their own abilities and utilizing their own talents.