Wonderland is a casual chance to dive into a new technology with the person I trust the most.
Why Am I Not Learning Skills In Wonderland Online When I Have The Prerequisites
Written by Susanna Duncan, doing research for her future and education column: When I do something online, my logic takes me only as far as the current URL. Occasionally, I slip into a world where I get to try things out in small chunks, and you just know that moment will be long remembered — a peak visit, sometimes. This is exactly why I created Wonderland Online Learning Management System: so I can go into a virtual dream world and have fun doing the things I like. For me, having the basics is often far more fun than trying something new. In Wonderland, the curricula are focused on core subjects, with the course content around them put in little windows that lead you to a web page with sample questions.
Imagery, reading and math
This works particularly well when I’m learning about reading. Normally, I’d start learning about stories from the Harry Potter series, which is fun and educational. Each user can have up to 20 of these tasks, and one view you can access from any point in the current folder is dedicated to Harry Potter. This will let you see what you might want to do for a future project.
Alice in Wonderland has unique learning challenges
Alice in Wonderland, because of the unpredictability of Lewis Carroll’s characters, is not a well-tested classroom subject — and that unpredictability makes its learning challenging for students of almost any age.
When I was starting out, I knew I’d have to get close to the logic problems — the one that deals with formulaic thinking, like, “Whether or not it is better to give a lefty an aspirin or a righty a righty?” But I couldn’t figure out how to figure out the solution quickly enough. This wasn’t bad, because for the first few weeks, I made Alice weird and hard to read. If I could solve the problems quickly, though, I could give myself the fantasy “aha” moments that would make Wonderland worth it.
My magical online learning system has a magical solution to the problem of how to answer a problem quickly enough
Imagine the worlds we’d learn in a question-and-answer digital classroom if I could have a quick answer on anything. All my teachers would be happy that they had a way to at least score me correctly, and even if they were not too happy about all the nonsense in my answers.