Le blog 2dCode nous a informés récemment que Mattel et Walmart ont ouvert un magasin virtuel dans le métro de Toronto au Canada. Les magasins virtuels et éphémères se multiplient, au risque même de se banaliser.
While digital has definitely taken off as a medium for adult comics, with some comics garnering as much as 25% of their sales in digital channels, children’s comics remain largely a print market. Jesse Post, the marketing director for the children’s graphic novel line Papercutz, wrote an interesting blog post recently about children’s comics and comics shops, in which he noted that digital accounts for only 3-10% of children’s book sales. Jesse’s post was addressed to comics retailers, but I thought it would be valuable to hear his thoughts on marketing digital comics to children. Here’s what he had to say ...
In recent years, R-learning (robot-aided learning) has emerged as one of the efforts to adopt innovative technology in education for the improvement of education. By their narrow definition, R-learning refers to the “supply of young children education robots and contents according to the curriculum”. More broadly, it is defined as the “shift to digital education and the evolution of consilience integrating robot, contents, education program, and physical environment altogether”
Richard Byrne states "This week I got the itch to go beyond anecdotal stories about iPads in the classroom and look for some more substantial research and writing on the topic. Below are some of the reports that I’ve been reading through this week."
Réveillez l’enfant qui dort en vous – ou faites s’extasier le vôtre – grâce à une application développée par d’anciens collaborateurs de Pixar. Toytalk animera vos jouets, les fera parler et évoluer dans votre environnement virtuel.
"When St. Louis fifth-grade teacher Jenny Kavanaugh teaches history, she uses her laptop to look at a map, or to give kids a virtual
our of the historical landmarks they’re studying. “Students can interact with history in very cool ways online,” she said."
But when it’s time for math, she puts the computer away. Even though Kavanaugh thinks technology is a great tool to enhance and deepen certain lessons, for drill and practice of key concepts in class, she finds one-on-one practice to be much more effective than its technological equivalent – digital practice games.
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