How Do I?
. Animate yourself to dance, run, and do cartwheels.
. Animate bugs.
. Animate the characters in your story.
. Ants follow each other through a garden and an ant hill.
Bouncing Off Walls
. Make cars bounce off walls.
. A little critter asks questions and responds to your answers.
Fortune Telling Ball
. Shake a magic 8-ball to answer questions.
. A spider grows as it crawls on a web.
Make a Face
. Create silly faces by clicking buttons.
. Guide a turtle around obstacles.
. Make designs with triangles, pentagons, hexagons and more.
. On this race track, it's hard to guess which car will win.
. Make lots of spiral designs.
. Make colorful designs out of squares.
. PC zipped file of all projects, organized by folder
How Do I?
- FAQs with user-friendly answers
MW Vocabulary Table
- description of each MW primitive with examples of usage and hyperlinks to MIA projects featuring the primitive
- student resources, student fun
. What is MicroWorlds in Action?
? Why is it worth learning?
What are the advantages of
What goes on in a
constructivist computer lab
What does the
MicroWorlds in Action site
How is the MicroWorlds in Action site
Suggestions for using
MIA in a constructivist lab
summarizing some of the qualities of a constructivist classroom and how MicroWorlds and MIA support these qualities
MicroWorlds in a
traditional learning environment
Assessing my own success
as a teacher in a constructivist computer lab
OpenWorld Learning's educational program
uses the Google search technology.
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