Teacher Participant Worlds
- Shown on Day 3
- Shown on Day 4
- Shown on Day 5
Knight-n-Princess.a2w Knight kneeling in bow; knees bent in jump; walk method
- Animation Fair (PC worlds)
- For a science curriculum, the user visits different scenes to learn about sources of water.
- A humorous simulation illustrating various camera angles, with narration
The programmer sings. The carousel is a metaphor for learning
- Simulation of a softball pitch, shown from two different camera views
- The poem, "Fog" is narrated (with voice over) and animated. Then a literary
question is asked.
- An example of the food chain (with sound). Demonstrates asking multiple choice questions.
- Synchronized ghosts dance.
- A simulation of a snowman dancing (with sound), addressing global warming.
- The animated formation of a volcano. The user must click to make the simulation continue
- A volcano interrupts lemurs dancing (with sound).
The user can change the camera view
- The animation of a writing prompt. The students write the rest
of the story and code the animation
- Part of an animation to "Kung Fu fighting" (with sound). The camera pans
into the scene
- A conversation between three women demonstrates some of the rules of Mrs. Martin's
NeilArmstrong.a2w An animation of Neil Armstrong's first walk on the moon.
- A plane flying and then dropping into the ocean (with sound)
- A wizard searches for his rebellious daughter who sneaks out of the castle
- A humorous animation of the importance of following school safety rules.
- An animation of the classic tale of the race between the tortoise and the hare
- Animation Fair (Mac worlds)
- A fun animation of chickens dancing with their friends (with sound)
- A jock turns into a zombie and dances to the song "Thriller" (with sound)
- Shown on Day 6
- Click on the teacher, she performs one of three dances. Demonstrates
use of random numbers
- Shown on Day 9
- Shown on Day 10
- The introduction to an interdisciplinary world about four academic subjects (with sound)
- A humorous animation, demonstrating the built-in methods of he-builder and she-builder
- The animation of an alien invasion and an interactive game for the user
- The user's responses to educational questions
determines the fate of a stranded tortoise
A snowman gives a humorous tutorial about objects in Alice.
- An animation for young girls about a trip to the beach (partially completed)
- For a science curriculum, an animated tour of six different biomes on Earth
- For a social studies curriculum, a simulation of facts
about the Black plague
- Two boys see a snake while bike riding and talk to their teacher about it.
- Objects randomly move around on the coordinate grid, and the user enters its
-A simple test case for the world-level advance math functions: floor, ceiling
- A detailed, interactive animated tour of some famous paintings by Leonardo
- The initial set up of a world meant to interactively address how to deal with
- The user answers questions and a character
reiterates the given information.
- The user chooses which places to visit
to help the Jock find his missing girlfriend (partially completed).
- For a math curriculum, the creative and humorous animation of three types of
- A short film about PJ's dream in which he faces his fears. Great detail and excellent scene
- A world that shows a ninja using poses. The creater of the ninja object
designed him (intentionally) to cover his eyes when he does a pose.