Ed Tech Island

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Locations in Second Life that you might want to visit - what could you do here?

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Ed Tech Island

  1. 1. Second Life Adventure Erik Chocianowski http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife//124/133/25
  2. 2. The adventure with bald Charlie Brown begins on the Steam Punk Island…I looked at some of the mysterious things in this building.
  3. 3. • While most people had very specific goals or islands they wanted to visit, I just wanted to explore and see how islands were put together. Here I explored a building and ran into Helen from class. The Explorer
  4. 4. • Helen and I teleported to the Ed tech island and we went into this building with these posters/slides on the walls that talked about game integration in learning. Ed Tech
  5. 5. • Helen and I found a tent that had video games in it. I found out that avatars had the ability to play the games and even become part of a game. Unfortunately I didn’t take the picture right but I fought with Rolando Valentin in a fighting video game. Video Games and Fighting!
  6. 6. • I “played” Dance Dance Revolution, it really seems like I got played because I looked awkward dancing. Awkward Dancing
  7. 7. • This was just pure virtual recreation. Black Pearl Beach Amusement Park
  8. 8. So was this! On the Mountain…
  9. 9. • This excursion was very interesting and allowed time for meaningful reflection. I felt a sense of camaraderie when I explored the island with other people and I see how the places people visit can work toward defining them. Also, I see how content creation is just as important as viewership. Reflections Don’t ask, I don’t understand either, all I know is I can sit on it.
  10. 10. • For me, utilizing this program would be great as a presentation tool. It has textual, visual and auditory elements and it creates a rich environment that is unique and not found in some applications. If there was some way to simulate procedures that would only make this platform all the more helpful. Reflections Cont’d

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