FableVisionaries Naomi Greenfield and Sarah Ditkoff recently journeyed to Orlando for FETC (the Florida Educational Technology Conference). Naomi joined Scot Osterweil of MIT Education Arcade and Brian Alspach from E-Line Media, with Allisyn Levy of BrainPOP moderating, on a panel entitled Game-Based Learning: Serious Fun.
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Let’s talk sports! I bet you didn’t expect to read that from a media development company. But it is almost time for the Sochi 2014 Olympics. I love the Olympics and yes, I’ve been counting down the days to the Sochi Opening Ceremony. I can't help it. I've watched the Olympics as a kid, and I remember marveling at the Opening Ceremony, but the luge has always been my favorite -- it's like sledding on steroids!
There’s no school today for most of Massachusetts as a snowstorm travels through the area. Most kids have a game plan for this day off: sledding, sleeping, snowball fights, TV, and lots and lots of hot chocolate. But until the heavy snow passes and kids can play outside, we here at FableVision have a few game suggestions to try out on this wintery day. All the games have been made by FableVision, so yes, we are a tad (or totally) bias.
SparkBridge Interactive, FableVision's social entrepreneurship co-venture with Vancouver Aquarium, has been busy delivering award-winning mobile learning games into informal learning environments for over a year now. Building on that success, the team is expanding into retail venues.
Bright eyed and caffeine fueled, the FableVision Extra Life Team assembled at the Boston studio at 8 a.m., on Saturday. An hour later there would be pancakes and games – lots and lots of games.