The KDE Education Project
The KDE Community brings education and the future of children at the forefront of today's computing technology. With a variety of applications for different fields, such as Language and Science, KDE shows that the community isn't just serious about empowering computer users, it is serious about empowering our young with knowledge as well.
- 1 The KDE Education Project
- 2 Languages
- 3 Mathematics
- 4 Science
- 5 Miscellaneous
A language learning software that helps improving pronunciation skills. A word-guessing game, where letters of the word are mixed up for the user to guess. Another word-guessing game, this time in the tradition of the classical hangman game. A Japanese reference and learning tool. An aid for learning the very first sounds of a new language. Over a dozen languages are available. A general purpose flashcard program, useful for vocabulary training and other subjects. Another general-purpose memorizing tool with language support. Uses a spaced repetition learning method.
An application for viewing information about the elements in the periodic system. A desktop planetarium from KDE, accurately representing the night sky from any location on the planet. A powerful virtual globe and world map. It is able to use OpenStreetMaps. You can see it in action in this video An interactive Graph Theory IDE for Students. An interactive physical simulator which shows how a scene will evolve according to the laws of physics.
Our version of the well-known game Simon Says. High quality educational software suite, including a large number of activities for children aged 2 to 10. A geography learning tool that includes a map browser and some games. A program for learning touch typing on a keyboard quickly and correctly. An educational programming environment that can be used to teach kids math, geometry and programming. It uses a language loosely based on Logo. Free and open source software for music education. A program to improve your memory and logic skills.