Hard Fun

Hard Fun (Via EDITing in the Dark.) Many of our presentations include “Hard Fun” in the title and start with an introduction of the idea. Just in the last two days, I presented or co-presented these:

An Introduction to Games in Education, complete with some hands-on hard fun for the participants.

Hard Fun, Easy Work, Strong Schools: Using Technology to Support Your PLC for the “Just DO it!” Professional Learning Communities conference with the DuFours, including a Live Demo.

Hard Fun, Easy Work, Strong Schools: Technology in the Millennial High School for the OC High School Summit

Hard Fun, Easy Work, Strong Schools: Technology in the Millennial High School for the OC High School Summit – Session 2

So it was great to see the iDarkNight publish this list of “Hard Fun” resources, all new to me! :)

And incase you’re counting, I didn’t mention Hard Fun in my Adobe Premier Elements class last night. :(

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  1. Educational Technology and Life » Blog Archive » Sony Ericsson introduces blogging phones Says:

    [...] Sony Ericsson introduces blogging phones (Via Robert Craven.) Yet another cross over article today… touching on Marc Prensky’s writings about how cell phones can be used in education, and all of the reading and writing I’ve been doing about blogs in education. We already demo moblogging from our phones during our Hard Fun presentations… but it looks like its about to become even easier and more common, even with pictures! “All the user has to do is select a picture and then pick the option for sending via ‘blog’ rather than MMS (picture messaging) or email. By default this will link the user directly to Google’s Blogger service.” [...]