Motivated by the dual desires to learn about neural net software and keep his lawn cat poop-free, software engineer Robert Bond rigged up a system that detects when cats – and only cats – stroll into his yard, and responds by turning on the...
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With the help of a virtual reality game their professor created, some students at Cornell University have gathered evidence that interacting with other people in a game-playing atmosphere may help them learn more.
You’ve probably heard that virtual worlds like Minecraft, World of Warcraft and Second Life are fun. But did you know that they are also unique and engaging learning environments that offer unparalleled opportunities for student collaboration and creativity?
This video is of the first IMT French class for grade 5 students on Sept. 21, 2015.
Gord Holden's insight:
For those who say it can't be done. This video shows how quickly a new teacher to this methodology and her new students can quickly adjust. Students here are from across the Province of British Columbia, Canada, and from as far away as Quebec. By the time you've read this the students have become an effective learning community, all from the comfort and safety of home.
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