- 1 Live meetings: November 1 and 22, 9:30pm ET
- 2 Improv 1: Live Mirrors and Scale
- 3 Improv 2: The Real Times Tables and Strewing
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posted message: Hi All, we've got some good news and some not so good news. The not so good news is that we are going to stop the Moebius Noodles Improv course. Why? Mostly because we don't think the format we've chosen is working out. How do we know that? Well, we don't know for sure, but since we haven't gotten much feedback on the first two tasks, we assume we didn't do a good job presenting them. And that's where the good news comes in. We will be re-designing this course and will re-launch it shortly. But we need a bit of help. Please let us know what would you like to see in our improved course. What prevented you from fully participating? You can comment on the Activity Wall or you can send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
13 Nov 2011 via courses.p2pu.org
posted message: Hi, We had a lot of fun with the mirror game. The kids all tended to prefer the large movements to the smaller ones. The 8yo and 6yo would have happily played all morning, however the 3yo got sick of staying in the same place and wanted to run off after 15 minutes or so. The Iconic Multiplication I'm finding a bit daunting. The kids were interested to talk about a few really obvious ones like 4 seasons times 3 months equals 12 months in the year, or figuring out how many fingers/toes the family has. But I'd find it helpful if you could post more examples. How do you find multiplication in a park??
posted message: We are running into a bit of a scheduling snafu this week and apologizing for not posting Improvs 3 and 4 as planned. The good news is you have an extra week to play the first two games and let us know what worked and what didn't and how you changed the games to make them yours. If you are confused with the games or the improv prompts, have doubts or concerns, please let us know by commenting on the Improv tasks. If we don't hear from you, we simply have no way of helping you. To leave a comment, open the course window - http://p2pu.org/en/groups/moebius-noodles-improv and click on the Improv 1 or Improv 2 tasks to open them. Then click on "Post Comment" button at the top. You can also read through and reply to the existing comments.