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Learning Filipino via Videogames

Vincent Ong Founder, Digital Children's Content Provider

Hi Fellow Education Enthusiasts,

I am Jan Vincent Ong from the Philippines. As this community is into tech ed, I would like to promote a FREE education site that I work with. It is called Jakenpoy (http://www.jakenpoy.com). It is a free educational videogame site that has questions for Filipino, English, Math and Science. It is free via sponsors. You can know more via this video>
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkhrY4glKWM

If you are interested in trying it out with your school to teach Filipino or other language subjects, you can email me at janvincent.jakenpoy@gmail.com. I am also available on Skype for any questions by searching with the email jvincentsong@gmail.com. If you want to know more about me, I pasted my bio below. Hope to have dialogue with this community more and learn from you guys. Cheers!

I am creative design researcher for Opposable Thumbs. Our clients are non-profits, government offices, and businesses open to our creative communication and business development process.

My personal passion is education in the development sector. Currently, I have a side job as "salesman" to integrate Jakenpoy.com into schools. Jakenpoy is a a free educational video game for elementary kids (http://www.jakenpoy.com). It is free via sponsors that place advertisements before the games. I have worked in curriculum development for value education programs in the Philippines and St.Lucia.

Aside from education innovation as personal love, I am interested in Edutopia as I am starting a free site for children's content called Halo Halo World. The site will be free once again via advertisements. So, I am here to see what is out there and share with fellow like minded individuals. Cheers!

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