As part of the presentation to parents on video gaming I created a YouTube playlist to help support them with questions they may have:
You may want to subscribe.....
I know it's the 21st and I should be on Day 19!
Today I met virtually with 3 librarians in Bangkok in a VR space called AltspaceVR using the Oculus Go.
My first impressions:
My favourite screencasting tool just got a little bit better. Eric Curtis does a fine job in explaining it - much better than what I can so here is the link to his post and a short video demonstrating it quickly.
I really like the way in which this device makes you think differently about the way in which you interact with your work. I can see that you would be drawn (no pun intended) to pen and touch input. Having the ability to switch modes, from keyboard input to touch/draw, so effortlessly makes you want to used your hands in a different way. I just wish the cost were not so prohibitive. I can imagine our Art and DT teachers would love this as their main device in the classroom - along with many others too.
#107: Video Gaming Workshop for Parents
There is a Video Gaming Workshop for Parents coming up on Thursday 22nd November from 8am to 9.30am in the Conference Center. We will address the following areas:
- The effects of gaming
- Strategies for Parents of gamers
- Gaming from a student perspective
Healthy or unhealthy? The warning signs of excessive gaming.