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Rubric for Teacher Websites

Started Apr 20, 2010 0 Replies

Hello all,I have been tasked with creating a "rubric" by which my colleagues can evaluate each other's websites.  I'd be very interested if any others done this before and can link resources :-)Our…Continue

Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning

Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Harvey May 9, 2010. 13 Replies

I've got this wild idea and would like to see if others have attempted it or have resources.  If I can get it developed in time, I'd like to pilot it during / after state testing and work out the…Continue

Tags: Learning, Challenge, Theory, Gaming

 

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Charles Harvey replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"So, state testing is upon us, so I'm testing the inquiry / challenge part of my idea starting this Friday. The game play aspect I'll pilot in September. All of the info below is posted on a secure wiki, so I've extracted the salient…"
May 9, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Geoffrey butler pheko's discussion Information and communications technology
"Engagement, collaboration, challenging, higher order thinking, meta cognition, presentation & communication skills, keeping up with the skills needed in the information age, and just general awesomeness :-)"
Apr 25, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to R.J. Gravel's discussion Questionnaire for Teacher Technology Training
"Hi! I've used a tool developed by our county office of education, maybe you have something similar or you can contact them to see if they'll share the question list: http://www.edtechprofile.org Internally we are surveying adoption of…"
Apr 21, 2010
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Rubric for Teacher Websites

Hello all,I have been tasked with creating a "rubric" by which my colleagues can evaluate each other's websites.  I'd be very interested if any others done this before and can link resources :-)Our teacher sites are intended to be used for instruction and as a professional portfolioCategories:StructureIs there a syllabus?Can students find class resources?Is there a pacing calendar?"About me" description of teacher and experienceSecurity / PrivacyAre there pictures or video of students…See More
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to David Wallace's discussion Tech Department...
"Hey, thanks for the heads up on gaggle, looks exactly like what I need."
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Zac's discussion iPad Middle School Pilot Program
"The only solution for printing I can thing of is to write a script that processes an email with a pdf attached and sends it to a printer. Seems to me something like this would exist in the unix / linux realm of free tools; somebody must have solved…"
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Zac's discussion iPad Middle School Pilot Program
"On the idea of iPad versus a Netbook, I can tell you that my experiences with net books have been less than stellar. I need to build a separate imaging and management structure, viruses and windows nagware become an issue, not having a CD drive is…"
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Zac's discussion iPad Middle School Pilot Program
"As far as locking down and managing the devices, I suppose the iPhone Configuration Utility will soon have the functionality to support iPads. It can be a bit clunky, but you can create profiles for your devices and push them out during the sync,…"
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to David Wallace's discussion Tech Department...
"As the tech director, we implemented Google Education and have email for every student and staff member. The successful argument here was to empower students at no additional cost other than increased bandwidth and slight management. The drawback…"
Apr 20, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"Ok, here are my game mechanics so far: Step 1: Create Your Avatar To start the game, each player creates their own "avatar," a visual icon that will represent the player on the website & the game spaces, including the classroom.…"
Apr 18, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"Awesome thanks! Also great to see people keeping AD&D alive! :-)"
Apr 8, 2010
nepaliain replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"I set up a similar type of unit using AD&D 3 years ago aimed at Y8 students (12-13 years old) and based on cross-curricular links as there were opportunities for map-making (Fractal Terrains & CC3), storytelling (short stories...obvious…"
Apr 8, 2010
Charles Harvey replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"Great to see all the replies and ideas of others who have doing this, very exciting. As far as planning this out, the pmise about is about as far as I have gotten. I am running the ideas past some of my students and will be expect to alpha test this…"
Apr 8, 2010
Josh Reed replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"The website to the plugin is http://techcube.net/cubepoints/. It looks like it will only work on Wordpress. I wish I knew something about PHP so that I could integrate with more applications."
Apr 8, 2010
Kev replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"I wonder if that plugin will work with edublogs... I'll have to play with it. I'd love to see a fully integrated form using only quizzes, games, poll votes, etc. Boy that'd save me a bunch of time."
Apr 8, 2010
Josh Reed replied to Charles Harvey's discussion Applying Game Theory and Challenge Based Learning
"I have been doing something similiar in my class. I have done a little experimenting with my classes based on some of Kev's ideas. I wanted to design the game design theory for my students to use on my website (www.learninreturn.com). Wordpress…"
Apr 8, 2010

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At 10:54pm on April 5, 2010, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hello Charles and welcome to classroom2.0 Great to see that you have been getting involved in some of the discussions. There is much to be shared here.
 
 
 

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