Tag Archives: games

State Games

Sometimes we ask students to memorize information. Technology can help (or hurt if done poorly). For memorizing the United States of America, their region, and abbreviation I gathered resources. Some of the games I found, some I modified, and some … Continue reading

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School End Reflection

At the end of the retiree celebration, someone shared a story about walking across the field. A straight line is the quickest, but if you follow your interests and enjoy the things you discover along the way, it would be … Continue reading

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Zondle App

My students are going to be ecstatic – there is now a Zondle App in iTunes and the Android Market. My 6th graders almost beg for the vocabulary to be entered on Zondle. The App does not have the same … Continue reading

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PETE&C2012

Digital Culture Before Digital Textbooks – Transforming Learning – Education Week Create Mobile Apps | Conduit Mobile “Create free mobile apps for all the major mobile devices Quick, easy, no coding required!” tags: programming game gamedev apps Create iOS and … Continue reading

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Ten

I am reflecting on my list of Top Ten Tools for Learning (and one tool that no longer makes my list) for the C4LPT Top Tools of 2011. It’s perfect since 10+1=11 and today is 11/11/11.  I could no easier … Continue reading

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Games

I was asked to share and demonstrate one tool or strategy that I use to efficiently use technology in a 1:1 classroom. I put thought to it, and came to the conclusion that the student review games were the biggest … Continue reading

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Let the games begin

What games to you remember playing in a school setting? Were the games motivation or did they increase stress? I have both positive and negative memories of playing review games in class. Although I enjoyed the games, it was not … Continue reading

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Game Design with Kodu

The people at Kodu Game Lab are offering an open online course starting March 1, 2010 for how to create games using their product. The course will run for five weeks – with content being delivered through texts, readings, and … Continue reading

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Conjugation Widget

Cool teacher Spanish teacher resources from VisualLink – I especially like the embeddable conjugation review game.

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Do you remember?

Nathan Barry wrote an insightful list for wired.com – 100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About. The list shows how fast technology can change. Based on the comments that many people listed for the article, people are sentimental. They … Continue reading

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