Mindmap: Play and Learn

May 3, 2010 by

At the end of yesterday’s presentation, I included a link to a new interactive Mindmap called “Play and Learn” (shortcut is http://bit.ly/PlayLearn).

This map is organized by subject and includes games or simulations that are available for each.  If you know of other games that are useful (focusing on high school / college age), please send them along to busynessgirl at gmail dot com or comment them in here.

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5 Comments

  1. Dean

    In all the game examples there are very few (any?) that address math at high school or above level.

  2. @Dean There aren’t many (yet).

  3. Dan

    Great resource. Here is one to add to the engineering branch. West point Bridge builder.

    http://bridgecontest.usma.edu/

  4. jo munroe

    Hello,

    I’ve also sent out a call on Twitter, but I am a faithful reader of your blog and thought that you might have some resources about conversations around the pros/cons of proctored and unproctored exams for online math classes.

    Any leads you have would be very much appreciated!

    Jo Munroe
    Twitter ID: temperedradical

    • I insist on proctored exams for my online math courses. They don’t have to be taken at MY campus, but wherever they are taken, I must approve of the proctor.

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