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    • Virtual Worlds and Education Wietse van Bruggen
    • Outline
      • What are virtual worlds
      • Virtual worlds vs. Games
      • Key characteristics
      • Value for education
    • 3 D Virtual Worlds
      • Second Life
      • Active Worlds
    • Virtual Worlds
      • Avatars, visual presentation of a person
      • Be who you want to be
    • Virtual Worlds
      • Everything in these virtual worlds is created by its own users
    • Meet/communicate/play form identities recreate the real world Or create something new
    • Virtual worlds vs. Games
      • Games have predefined goals
      • Goals are embedded in the structure of the game
      • Virtual worlds have no predefined goals
      • Users have to set their own goals
    • Virtual worlds are..
      • Multimedia
        • Combination of media
        • Create/consume media
        • Simulations
    • Virtual worlds are..
      • Time and place
        • has its own time
        • has its own sense of place
        • distance learning
        • internationalisation
    • Virtual worlds are..
      • Communication
        • Synchronous
        • Asynchronous
        • Collaboration
        • Internationalisation
    • Virtual worlds are..
      • Identity
        • experimentation
        • take on different roles
    • Virtual worlds are..
      • flexible
        • adapt to learning goals
        • learning styles
        • Manipulate existing objects
    • So...
      • How does that translate to education?
      • 2007
        • Pilot projects
        • Support with training
        • Let schools come up with their own ideas
        • Evaluate their findings
    • Kunstklas/Scienceklas wereld De Ideale School Portfolio Ostrea Hotel Virtueel Taaldorp Techniek op de CSV Miss Hair on Avatar verkiezing Expose your Talent Deventer in 2025 De Burgh in Brugge
    • Some conclusions
      • Very complex
      • Very time-consuming
      • recreating school buildings
      • But:
        • Definitely educational potential
        • Student motivation
    • 2008
      • Wider variety of didactic scenarios
      • More variation in teaching styles
      • Develop with VW experts, teachers, game designers etc.
      • Let teachers give their opinion through short films
    • Scenarios
      • Science classroom
      • Virtual history lecture
      • Virtual Body
      • Showroom
      • Language space
      • Virtual company
      • Virtual city
      • Virtual cultures
      Complexity
    • Highest rated not too complex Added value
    • Lowest rated Simple but not a lot of added value Complex, not efficiënt
      • questions ?
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