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Posted: Mar 24, 2008 10:08 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
DJRosen@theworld.com

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http://www.dimenxian.com/

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.

Marian








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