Fact Mountain, developers of educational apps
Bryce Avery, developer of Fact Mountain educational apps for both iPhone/iPad and Windows laptop/desktop joins Enterprise Radio. Try Fact Mountain apps and you’ll see why they say, “On Fact Mountain, you just know.”
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Bryce Avery discuss the following:
- Where did the idea for Fact Mountain apps come from?
- What makes Fact Mountain apps different?
- How can your apps be used in K-12 education?
- Can only AP/IB and honor students benefit from the apps?
- Can the apps be used even at college level?
- How do your apps also help non-typical students?
- Do people actually use the apps before trying out for Jeopardy?
- Can the apps also be used in other countries and in foreign languages?
Bryce Avery is a past writer for College Bowl, a past editor of the National Science Bowl, and a 2-time regional winner of the World Quizzing Championship. Through his company Avery Enterprises, he writes thousands of quiz questions every year for school quiz tournaments throughout the Americas. His questions have been featured in a New York Times article and heard onnearly a dozen local TV or radio quiz shows all over the U.S. His company Foothills Education makes Fact Mountain educational apps to help students learn a subject more quickly and easily
than any other app available today.
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