An article about students making video games: “It’s a little complex, but it’s fun.”
Archive for January, 2006
Check out the use of quick and dirty (but functionally powerful) graphics here. I’m learning that Creating Powerful Users is a great example of a blog done well, even if not an educational blog.
A great post about “drinking the blog kool aid” as they say.
This post is much more important than I might have given it credit for, even a few weeks ago. Reading a blog can be a powerfully intimate experience, like listening to your favorite singer on headphones, but it must not be misinterpretted as true intimacy. Reading can be a poweful learning experience, and commenting an exchange of experience, and perhaps friendships (or more) might develop from that, but as Dave says, its too easy for this to be a one way street… and as blogs allow anyone to publish, they also allow anyone to have fans, however few, and all of the baggage that comes with that.
As a former English teacher, I send another “Hallelujah, brother” over to Will for this one.
I’m FURLing this because I used to be an English Teacher and I want to be able to come back to this post sometime…
A great example of the power of wikipedia. Of course, any of you could go in and screw it up (at elast temporarily) … but then, none of you are going to, are you?
This service looks really promising! I wonder how long its been here. “This site has one clear, simple aimâ€¦ to provide free, high quality blogs for school students.”
This is the iLife ’06 version of my blog.