I have just embarked on a creating a series of tutorials related to creating content for the Merge Cube. As with most of these types of tools, I always find the pre created content too generic and passive for students, often rendering the tool to the realm of gimmick in the classroom. It might look cool to the untrained eye, but basically the content and the student interaction with it is limited and passive. Whilst there is plenty of content in the Merge Cube Gallery created by other educators, there is nothing quite so empowering as ownership.
Therefore I have subscribed to the CoSpaces pro account and have added the Merge Cube add on so that students can create their own content and manipulate that content in their hands with the Merge Cube. One of the avenues I am looking at exploring with my DT/HM contracts is Taonga. I am especially interested in using the combination of
I have already captured the content for three or possibly four tutorials and am in the process of editing the second video, it all takes time. But this first video is simply an overview of the Merge Cube space within CoSpaces and the location and range of the various tools tools and menus in the Merge Cube space. The real content, will begin to appear in the next video, so watch this space, in the meantime enjoy this overview tutorial.