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Because the level of interactivity starts out low in episode one, increasing with each subsequent episode in order to reflect Alice's own growing abilities, we've found that we can take an audience unfamiliar with multimedia fiction with us. Educators like Inanimate Alice because of this; students from primary to post-graduate level find the work engaging. Today educators face a quandary. On the one hand there are anxieties about the reliability of internet sites and concerns regarding how to educate students to make informed online decisions.
On the other hand there are, for example, government initiatives like the National Curriculum in England and Media Literacy outcomes in Canada which emphasise the important role technological skills play in all sorts of learning environments. Kerpoof Studio. GoAnimate - Make your own animated videos. It's easy and fun. Collect, curate and share your ideas, inspirations, and projects! Springnote - your online notebook based on wiki. Beautiful Word Clouds. Tagul - Gorgeous tag clouds. SoulCradler » Ways to use Wordle. A couple of months ago, my network of teachers went a little bit nuts over a new web2.0 application called Wordle.
I blogged about it, as did many others. Andrew made me want to revisit Wordle by asking the following question on Twitter: So, educators, I am interested to know how you have used Wordle in your classrooms or as part of your work. I must favour visual learning, as I find visualisation tools such as Wordle, as well as SearchMe, Search Cube, Tag Galaxy and Many Eyes very useful. If they suit me as a learner, they must suit some of my students as well. I’ll acknowledge the flipside of my argument and point you to Dy/Dan’s post on Wordle as nothing more than eye-candy and time-filler. Here are some ways that I have utilised Wordle: For curriculum planning My team of year 8 English teachers were working to link assessment of our unit on persuasive writing to the Victorian Essential Learning Standards. For data analysis For student reflection For discussing a text in English. Tagxedo - Word Cloud with Styles.
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