Monday, March 16, 2009

Virtual Learning in the TES

...here.

We know that NotSchool is not what we are looking for. Could Schome be the answer? Obviously, the first prerequisite: that it should be entirely voluntary.

Anyhow, am more certain that the free resource of the week is Hippocampus.

5 comments:

no_shoes said...

No Schome would have been no more the answer for dd than anything else.
She simply couldn't have coped with itoriginally and isn't interested now......


Sorry if I am being a bit daft about this but...
I have already found the answer anyway. I'm not looking for anything else. It's called autonomous education.

That's it.

Gill said...

Yes, I'm a bit mystified re: the answer Carlotta. What was the question please?

Carlotta said...

You're right to ask Gill! I think I was thinking of a properly resourced, non-compulsory, exciting educational virtual reality, a la WoW but with a reality-based content. Have been dreaming of this quietly for years, but don't think Schome is yet the answer as it looks limited and clunky atm, sadly.

Ruth said...

I think I will stick with what I know works:) Tbh my kids are not that into computers as a learning resource. they prefer to play games on then lol

Leo said...

"Tbh my kids are not that into computers as a learning resource. they prefer to play games on then lol"

And you think playing games is what? An action void of problem solving? It's not, it's learning too. :)