wow!!! who would have thought.. my little ethnographic adventures.. will be noticed.. :) well, as I said before... Congratulations to everyone who has the chance and love to be there... VWBPE rocks... it succeeded in collecting great ideas from all over the world.. the hearts and minds of passionate educators... avatars of the world.. :)
Your avatar is a visual representation of you and your professional reputation. Your avatar must communicate your enthusiasm, openness, and mission to tap those
Dr. Doris Molero's insight:
I found this presentation... wonderful! so... you have an avatar--- now go and think about what it says about you both in real or virtual life... I found Rennne in the VWBPE 2013---- her poster there is just wonderful... You still have time to go see it... but not much....it finishes today...
Elder Voices is exploring the virtual world of Second Life as a place to offer our educational materials in a 3D interactive global environment. Our virtual office is located at the NonProfitCommons, with other organizations from all over the world.
An Avatar can be designed to represent you and interact with other people represented by their Avatars. Using text and voice, images and videos, people exchange knowledge and expertise, collaborate on projects, and make new friends.
Trying out ways of solving problems in a virtual space, like a theater or simulated environs, gives a chance to experiment with solutions and choose the best possibilities to apply in real life situations. See some examples in the video below.
Would you like to explore more virtual worlds? Perhaps you heard something at the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference and would like to see how this might apply in your teaching and learning practice?
Consider participating in the 2013 VWBPE MOOC – Virtual Worlds Explorations. There are 2 levels:
1. Just the tours please. 2. Engaging in the MOOC discussions about the tours.
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