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Etoys :: “Children Learning by Doing” Guide


I found this “rough draft” Etoys guide written by the Alan Kay over at Viewpoints Research Institute. It could help us provide some other examples of Etoys beyond our own to show the students at Madison, since it includes numerous educational and multimedia examples. (See the grasshopper/camouflage example below.)

Grasshopper example in Etoys

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This entry was posted on October 24, 2010 by in pedagogy, Sugar.

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