Wii Learning: Engaging


Students through Gaming Technology

Monday January 9th - 8pm EST
with Meghan Hearn
and Matthew C. Winner
Moderated by Jennifer LaGarde & Librarian Tiff

The Nintendo Wii is a powerful tool for engaging your students and supporting math instruction. No need to be a gamer to score big points here. Learn the in's and out's and experience lessons aligned with CCSC standards in Mathematics.

Audio Archive
Chat Archive - Wii Learning - Engaging Students through Gaming Technology.pdf

In-Session Links:
Elluminate Presentation
Sqworl of our Resources
Make Your Own Mii Avatar
Review the Common Core Standards in Mathematics

About the presenters:

Meghan Hearn is currently an MST (Math Support Teacher) and an elementary school in Ellicott City, MD, working with teachers and students ranging from PreK-5th grade including Gifted and Talented. Contact Meghan at meghanhearn@gmail.com

Matthew C. Winner is a National Board Certified teacher librarian currently working at an elementary school in Columbia, MD. He blogs as the Busy Librarian and has been an avid video gamer since the age of 8. Contact Matthew at mwinne2@gmail.com

Visit the Wii Instructional Network and share your Wii Math lessons!