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Kelly Czarnecki [email_address] ISTE SIGMS Gaming Webinar April 22, 2010 Gaming as Resources in  Schools and Libraries
Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge
-draw conclusions -make informed decisions -apply knowledge to new situations -create new knowledge   -Microsoft’s Kodu
share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society
pursue personal and aesthetic growth   “ I haven’t read to Kill a Mockingbird since High School. I had no idea the library...
Game design with Scratch http://scratch.mit.edu
Making Machinima
“ old-school” gaming 8bit art
 
Super-size games
A Few Resources http://librarygamingtoolkit.org/
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  1. 1. Kelly Czarnecki [email_address] ISTE SIGMS Gaming Webinar April 22, 2010 Gaming as Resources in Schools and Libraries
  2. 2. Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge
  3. 3. -draw conclusions -make informed decisions -apply knowledge to new situations -create new knowledge -Microsoft’s Kodu
  4. 4. share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society
  5. 5. pursue personal and aesthetic growth “ I haven’t read to Kill a Mockingbird since High School. I had no idea the library did things like this. It was so much fun! I didn’t even know there was a library this close to my house. Thanks for doing this! -comment from a participant at a geocaching event based on To Kill a Mockingbird
  6. 6. Game design with Scratch http://scratch.mit.edu
  7. 7. Making Machinima
  8. 8. “ old-school” gaming 8bit art
  9. 10. Super-size games
  10. 11. A Few Resources http://librarygamingtoolkit.org/
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