Archive for July 10th, 2012
Lure of the Labyrinth is a digital game for middle-school pre-algebra students. It includes a wealth of interesting maths-based puzzles wrapped into an intriguing narrative game in which students work to find their lost pet and save the world, with the use of logic stretching & problem solving. The educators section, has useful advice and support.
Before you know it, you’re dropped into a strange (& extremely smelly) world where your only friend is a mysterious bean-loving girl with wings. She says there are others … Others? Other pets?
Well, there sure are plenty of monsters. … They’re all over the place, stinking up the joint and forcing you to do crazy jobs: you have to make pet food out of carrots and eyeballs? ICK!
How in the world can any of this help you find your pet? And can you come to its rescue before it’s too late? There’s only one way to find out …
Our seond day with Whitley and Eggborough CP School, and today was our chance to spend time with Year 5 and Year 6 pupils and their teachers.
This has been a really enjoyable, and fascinating, two day project. We have split the days between Key Stages, with key people from each taking part in both days. Teaching sessions paired up with some exploring of a multitude of digital resources. Continue Reading