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Posted: Mar 24, 2008 10:05 PM
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From: David Rosen <DJRosen@theworld.com>
Subject: Evolver and Dimenxian
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2008 16:23:35 -0400
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Numeracy Colleagues,

Marian Thacher posted this on the Technology List. I am intrigued
with the approach. What are your thoughts? Is this a promising way to
teach algebra and pre-algebra for some adult and young adult
students? If so, which ones and under what conditions? As Marian
asks, have you used these?

David J. Rosen



Online single or multiplayer games that teach algebra and pre-
algebra. Pricey, but looks fun, and looks like they're getting some
traction. Has anyone looked at or used these? Students can play at
school or from home if you purchase a site license for 15 (over $1K).

The games are Evolver and Dimenxian.


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