"If you have an older Jeopardy PowerPoint game where the links are not changing colors properly (2003 and earlier), I have found that you can play it using PowerPoint viewer - a free download from Microsoft - Install it and open the presentation from…"
"I wanted to use a Jeopardy PowerPoint game for a presentation, and I downloaded a few that are linked in this thread (thank you). Unfortunately, there seems to be an issue with links not changing color once viewed, which is how most of these…"
With your interest in Education Technology, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service.
Hi James & Welcome to Canadians Mashup -- I grew up in Winnipeg, but I'm sure it's changed a lot since I was a girl over 50 years ago. One of our favourite places to go for ice cream was the Dutchmaid. I was the first place ever had a waffle cone (in the 1950's).
I took a look at your blog totally agree on your philosophy of technology in the classroom. My website in Squidooputs forward my take on blended learning.
If you bump into other Canadians in your online travels, please pass on the invitation to join this group. I'm hoping the network will grow.
I started a discussion on Classroom2.0 the other day called . One of the responses led me to a discussion that was held last year which you participated in about a similar topic. I've put together a Gaming in Education wiki which I hope will encourage collaboration on the topic. If you have any thing you can add please feel free.
Noticed that you teach at Linden. It is a small world as my daughter, Julie, teaches PE at Linden.