Mike Guerena tipped me off to lifehacker and it pointed to LearnOutLoud, which looks promising, at least in theory.
Archive for November, 2005
A great overview of why OPML is important.
This concept of a virtual conference is interesting, and it’s exciting to see Jean-Claude Bradley is involved. It’s also good timing: CTAP Region 9 is planning a virtual conference… the tentative theme: social computing.
Thanks to EdGames for this link. I am really excited about this company and this game! “Educational Simulations presents Real Lives 2004, the life simulation that gives you the opportunity to learn how people really live in other countries.” This could definitely be a game for change!
A web conferencing technology Robert Craven is exploring for the Orange County Department of Education. Looks promising… and integrates with Blackboard as I understand it.
Thanks to Dan Lau for pointing me to this 3d chat environment, which looks to have some potential for students.
Mostly bla bla bla… but look at the lists about 3/4 of the way down: games recommended for kids, and games to avoid.
I’m blogvangelizing today, as Will Richardson would say. It’s a small class, but we’re planting seeds.
The M&M lesson, thanks again to Christine Olmstead. (Note: Links direct to a zipped file.)