Here's an infographic I made for my game design students and future blog posts because I didn't like any of the graphics currently available. I'm open to improvement suggestions.
I used Easel.ly
Edtech tweeps, if you're writing about Game-Based Learning, Gamification, or Game Design, and you want to use this in a post, permission granted. If you have ideas on how it could be better, comment below or hit me up on Twitter.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
- Hey, Computer Teachers, stop wasting students' time! (Part 1)
- Hey, Computer Teachers, stop wasting students' time! (Part 2)
I wanted to follow those posts up with some really practical posts for computer teachers, particularly those of us from the BCIT certification, who tend to lack of hard-core Information Technology experience. It's easy, after all, to say we need to spend more time teaching students coding, programming, dynamic systems design & analysis, and end-user experience and less time teaching keyboarding, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, but how do we make that transition?
Today I'm going to introduce one tool that is relatively new, but growing quickly in popularity.
Common Sense Media App flowsRather than attempt an lengthy explanation, here's the video from Common Sense Media.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
|Receiving a "buff" out of the blue... w00t!|