SIRikt Saturday – Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

| April 16, 2011 | 5 Comments 

After our thundering speed presentation on Thursday here at SIRikt, where we blew up the world and put it back together, in virtual and real ways, we came back down to Earth today. We took our time, exploring some virtual environments, looking at their power in the classroom. Games, and how they can mix with the analogue spaces around us, impact on teaching and learning in children of all ages.

Games have formed part of our lives and cultures since the dawn of time. They are woven into the fabric of our communities. Every body loves playing games. Well, there are some people who are born to go through life frowning, and pointing, so I should say “Almost every body”.

Games also form a powerful catalyst for engaging young minds, and create valuable learning opportunities.
We took folk here on a journey – a shared learning journey – through some creative ways to integrate technology into our classrooms, and have a positive impact on confidence, creativity and standards.

The, of the links we mentioned, is:

The, for our links from Thursday, is:

The, for Sarah’s workshop on Friday, is:

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Tanja says:

    Your presentation inspired me. I hope I will be able to use one or two of your ideas. Thank you!

  2. Gregor says:

    Thank for the inspiring presentations, specially the handheld hands on workshop on Sapturday.

  3. Igor hodak says:

    Thanks, it was great inspiration for new ideas teaching with I-pad.

  4. Bojan says:

    It was one of the most entertaining workshops I have ever attended. Just great!

  5. Amela says:

    Dear Tim and Sarah,

    thank you because I could learn from you :).


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