The site has one vocabulary quiz game and a couple more on the horizon. It's always good to see more vocabulary games on the Internet. The more practice students can have with new words, they will become stronger readers and writers. The school version will help build those skills as well.
The school version of the program, once it's up and running, will allow schools to upload their own videos and share within the school or district only. This keeps the site safe for kids to use at school or at home. Comments can be moderated and approved to keep the site safe and appropriate for all ages.
I would love to use this in conjunction with my daily vocabulary words. I could have students record their own meaning of words and post them to the site and have other students comment on them. This would allow students a different way to learn vocabulary instead of looking up words and staring at a page. Working with the vocabulary words will hit far higher on Blooms than staring at a piece of notebook paper with definitions. As this site grows, I look forward to seeing what other things it has to offer for students and teachers to help grow vocabulary.
Had a quick glance at the link and I think it is a really good resource. I like how the site accommodates for the different learning styles. It would be great if this site could be easily accessible for the children to tap into at any time, just like picking up a dictionary from the book corner is. Thanks for the post, keep the good work up. God bless. Simon SmithReplyDelete
This looks cool. I have given up on sharing dictionaries via my blog as someone always finds a rude word and then writes to me about it! But this one looks cool. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I wish i could see the link for Wordia, but my school board's internet filter blocks it b/c it is classified as "video sharing"...ReplyDelete
I guess i will have to check it out at home... too bad the kids couldn't see it in class.
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