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Saturday's topic is my own knowledge practice in relation to and Moodlenet: I often find myself making up analogies with face-to-face teaching to explain the procedures I want teachers to adopt. I elicit responses to hypothetical questions like these: "If you went to all your lessons in a carnival mask, what would happen?" "If you had an invisible assistant who wrote on the blac


Moodle Fairy visited this week twitter.com/moodlefairy presenting gamification in – in eloquent Russian to learners of Russian as a second language. 😮

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The 2 distinctions of the day:
A- the two terms in Russian – gamification and “igrofication” («Игрофикация »). The more English-sounding one will probably be used more.

B- the distinction in situationism between imaginative "play" and games with rules, like sport.

hi from hispanohablante Moodle admin in early old age, wavering between Berardi and Stiegler, based in NW Russia, who reads Odoevsky and still paints, developing my “English for Academic Purposes” competencies while trying to save my spine from too much sitting around cogitating by walking round in circles inside big buildings and practising a kind of “comtemplative pedagogy” with IT and high-tech undergrad students hoping a new counterculture will emerge.


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