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Interactive Fiction (IF)

Last Monday, ISTE members were on Game Design Across the Curriculum Interactive Fiction-ing for the National Writing Project. The discussions included using Interactive Fiction (IF), having students write IF and the #Metagame Book Club. more


  • Sarah Stoeckl

    Introduce Yourself!

    Posted in: Project ReimaginE...

    I noticed that several of the other ISTE PLNs have started an "introduce yourself" thread. This seems...

  • Laura Thomas

    RE: Thoughts about an Article in NY Times

    Posted in: Project ReimaginE...

    I think this, What can young people learn now that won't be superseded within their lifetimes by these...

  • Raluca Diana Bidulescu

    RE: Why Technology Will Never Fix Education

    Posted in: ISTE Commons

    @Renee, Thanks for the shout-out! Houston is doing a lot of cool things right now, and we are...

  • Ashley Brown

    RE: What would be your recommendations for effective...

    Posted in: ISTE Commons

    Hi Anne, I am going to take the survey as well, but I wanted to let you know that I have been using...


  1. Timothy Falconer
    Timothy Falconer

    Waveplace Foundation
    Bethlehem, PA

    140 Points

  2. Sarah Stoeckl
    Sarah Stoeckl

    Eugene, OR

    63 Points

  3. Bonnie Bracey-Sutton
    Bonnie Bracey-Sutton

    Washington, DC

    50 Points

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Heidi Weber

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