Mobile learning is a growing trend in education. These new technologies offer an unprecedented convenience for learners and educators. Individuals who have been diagnosed with dyslexia or similar learning disabilities are now more than ever able to utilise individualised study programs and learn without the pressures of being in a physical classroom. Flip Flash Cards is the latest app to grace the mobile learning market, designed for all ages and abilities.


Kim Halliday, the Brisbane-based creator of Flip Flash Cards, was diagnosed with dyslexia at a young age and struggled throughout his school years. After discovering the benefits of using flashcards, he was better able to study and, in turn, is now a chief navy engineer. “I know there are a lot of kids and adults out there like me – struggling with study and feeling down on themselves. That’s why I created this app,” says Kim.


Kim believes his app can inspire and help other struggling learners achieve, remember and reinforce their content and abandon learning fears and shortcomings. Early learning educators are trialling Flip Flash Cards now in Mt Isa.






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