5 Excellent Resources for Sploder Game Creator Reviewed by Electronic Brains on . In my previous story, I wrote about the benefits of using Sploder Video Game Creator to support children and adolescents in the development of critical thinking In my previous story, I wrote about the benefits of using Sploder Video Game Creator to support children and adolescents in the development of critical thinking Rating:
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5 Excellent Resources for Sploder Game Creator

5 Excellent Resources for Sploder Game Creator

In my previous story, I wrote about the benefits of using Sploder Video Game Creator to support children and adolescents in the development of critical thinking skills in an exciting and engaging way – through games! Below, I have listed  five websites that will provide you with additional information and resources.

1) Sploder! Wiki

For students who really begin to catch the Sploder bug, the Sploder Wiki is a great place to connect with other members. Users can view photos and videos, read reviews, participate in conversations, and play games. Click Here…

2) Teach Web 2.0

This wiki is created by teachers in order to deliver and share information about Web 2.0 tools. This link identifies Sploder’s strengths and weaknesses. It also lists a number ideas for using Sploder in the classroom. Click Here…

3) Innovations Wiki 

This is a wiki where teachers post and share Elementary and Secondary lesson plans and ideas related to technology. This link provides a lesson plan using Sploder Video Game Creator.  Listed are the lesson’s objectives, as well as curriculum areas this activity will touch upon.  Click Here…

4) CommonSense Media

This website review provides information and ratings about Sploder’s language use and content.  Click Here…

5) Screencasts for Sploder.com

Users can watch video tutorials to learn new tricks, tools, and strategies. Click Here…

 

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Josie Nanfara-Grande is a Special Education Specialist who has been teaching in the TDSB for over thirteen years. She is passionate about increasing student engagement and independent learning skills through the use of digital technology.

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