Monthly Archives: June 2012

hoping for crocuses at ISTE

In San Diego, site of this year’s ISTE conference, they probably don’t know a lot about seasons.  Their climate is pretty much spring year round.   But here in the upper Midwest we’re used to cycles where things bloom and die, … Continue reading

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games, learning, & a ghost

I spent most of last week at the 8th annual (“8.0”) Games, Learning, & Society conference at University of Wisconsin Madison.  Attendance –  educators, researchers, game developers, geeks – set a record, and the energy was palpable.  But I think I … Continue reading

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