Games Along the Connected Learning Spectrum
Marco Polo played on Twitter .. the perfect two-word social networking game (without water) “@grammasheri Marco! #CLMOOC”
Make with me For this Make Cycle, we invite you to use game design to analyze, remediate, and reflect on complex systems. Last week, we noticed “the affordances and const... We’d love to give a roaring, standing ovation for the University of Illinois Writing Project for empowering us to consider the ways in which we identify and represent ourselves and the contexts in … Is life a game? #CLMOOC Week 3 | Brave New World This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Yon-Polom Game Cited:  As I work, think, create and collaborate throu... Web word processing, presentations and spreadsheets This summer is another round of the Making Learning Connected MOOC. We're diving into "Make" activities, reflecting on learning and having lots of fun. With the ease of inserting hyperlinks within documents, students and teachers do not need to understand HTML in order to accomplish it. ... As I jumped into Terry Elliott's Thoreau Game in the #CLMOOC , creating a HackPad for String Games , Terry challenged me: Can we use a... For this week’s #clmooc make cycle, I am going to pace myself to enjoy the iterative process. KenKen is my personal obsession, meditation, preoccupation, doodle, and brain sharpening tool. I use it in...
Interactive Fiction Jonah Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people. More than a doc, Dropbox Paper is a flexible workspace that brings people and ideas together.   Have you ever played Apples to Apples?  It’s a game my gifted students enjoy, especially the highly verbal ones.  There are two sets of cards, green and red.  The green cards are adjec… One time I remodeled my entire bathroom by myself. I had no idea what I was doing, but ignorance was bliss.  For a while. Two days into ... Kevin's Meandering Mind | What if #CLMOOC Became One Massive Open Online Game? This collaborative map documents the litter collected by CLMOOC particpants as part of Make Cycle 3—Games. Please photograph, post, tag, and dispose of (or recycle) at least one of each of the following: 1. Starbucks/Coffee 2. Fast Food 3. Candy Wrapper 4. Tobacco Product 5. Chip/Snack Packaging 6. Soda Can 7. Plastic Beverage Container 8. Plastic Cutlery or Cup 9. Plastic Cap or Lid 10. Glass Bottle and/or Bottle Cap Tasks, assignments, lessons in the bank Tic-Tac-Toe Story Elements Game

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