[SLED] Feedback on new system?

Cathy Arreguin cathy_arreguin at mac.com
Fri Sep 22 10:45:28 PDT 2006

That sounds amazing Tim!

On the topic of K-12 students:   Perhaps more specialized versions of  
the trivia game might be helpful.  In the U.S., subject matter is  
spelled out in individual state standards.  When I'm writing scripts  
for educational video for example, I'm working from a spreadsheet  
indicating standards from several states showing specific knowledge  
points that must be covered in their state standards.  This is the  
only way my company can hope to sell to school districts and  
individual teachers.

Since this application is best suited for the assessment of facts  
(rather than concepts, principles, etc.), it might also be useful as  
a tool teamed up in an environment that requiring the application of  
those facts in the demonstration of learning.

Looking forward to seeing it in action!


On Sep 22, 2006, at 10:39 AM, Tim Allen wrote:

> Hey gang,
> I've challenged myself since SLCC to come up with answers to the most
> frequently asked question we get in live help: "I don't build, I don't
> script, what else is there to do here?" To that end, I've started
> www.SLTrivia.com - a grid-wide trivia game. It contains categories for
> everything from World History to Virtual Worlds to Sports and  
> Leisure. We
> have about 5,000 questions, so this could be quite a good  
> educational tool,
> especially for K-12 students.
> Here's the cooler part: each location can specify a "team name",  
> and any
> time a question is answered correctly, the individual gets a point,  
> as well
> as the location's team. All scores are stored permanently on the  
> web site,
> grid-wide, no matter where you're playing from. So it's sort of like a
> grid-wide quizzo!
> It's still very much in development, but it works; there are several
> locations (click Where on the web site) where it can be played. I'm  
> hoping
> to cover the costs of the web server that drives the system through
> llHTTPRequest by sponsorships, so playing can be free. If there's  
> enough L$,
> it may also be possible to give out some sort of monthly prizes.
> Have a look if you wish! I'd love to hear any feedback. What  
> features would
> make this more useful to educators? I'm all ears! Feel free to  
> contact me if
> you'd like to host of location as well, and I'll be happy to give  
> you a
> copy.
> Regards,
> -Tim / Flip
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