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21st Century Learning #99: Sarah Hanawald - Designing Games and Activities for Faculty PD


28:01 minutes (12.85 MB)

21st Century Learning #99
Sarah Hanawald - Designing Games and Activities for Faculty Professional Development
April 2, 2009

Sarah Hanawald from Greensboro Day School and the Literacy, Technology, and Learning blog joined us this week.  We discussed desiging games and simulations for faculty professional development around using social learning tools.

What are your thoughts about this?  How would you design a game for faculty to learn how to participate in online communities? 

 

* Photo from: Vizzzual-dot-com

<click here for the chat transcript>
 

Teachers Teaching Teachers #118 - Interactive Communications and Simulations with Jeff Stanzler - 08.20.08


55:05 minutes (12.59 MB)

Our guests on this podcast were:

  • Jeff Stanzler. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, School of Education, Interactive Communications and Simulations, USA
  • Kurt Hansen, government teacher, Bishop Hartley High School, Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Abbi Gee, English teacher, Da Vinci High School, Jackson, Michigan, USA
  • Traci Gizzi, social studies teacher, Winston Curchilll High School, Livonia, Michigan, USA

Listen to learn about the web-based simulations and writing projects
hosted by the University of Michigan's Interactive Communications & Simulations group. With the help of university student mentors, students in classrooms around the world are trying to resolve the Arab-Israeli Conflict, or are exploring modern China, or bringing historical figures to life as they debate the world's responsibilities in Darfur. Hear from teachers and a former university student mentor about an array of projects your students can join as soon as this fall, which offer fertile ground for exercising their creative imaginations, writing with a purpose, and sharing their ideas with an engaged audience of peers.

"arab-israeli-conflict-3," uploaded on July 20, 2006 by ManilaRyce

For Chat Log click Read more, below.

 

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