RES: [etoys-dev] popups in project-info
marta at pensamentodigital.org.br
Mon Aug 31 12:33:11 EDT 2009
I think that there are too many categories.
If we think on content we could group by school years:
Or, if grouping by age I wouldn't use more than three categories, in this
case I would say:
7 and younger
8 to 12
13 and older - when "technically" most kids are able to go through more
De: etoys-dev-bounces at squeakland.org
[mailto:etoys-dev-bounces at squeakland.org] Em nome de Timothy Falconer
Enviada em: segunda-feira, 31 de agosto de 2009 12:41
Para: kharness at illinois.edu
Cc: etoys dev
Assunto: Re: [etoys-dev] popups in project-info
The problem will be hundreds of people choosing age/grade tags. Some
will say "4th grade", others will say "3rd to 4th", others will say
"fourth grade", others will say "9 to 10", etc. Using fixed
categories solves this problem.
If I saw a drop-down labeled "Target Age" that had:
* five or younger
* six to eight
* nine to eleven
* twelve to fifteen
* sixteen and older
I personally wouldn't think the "sixteen and older" would indicate
Such content wouldn't pass the moderators anyway, and we can make it
clear on the website that we don't allow such content.
What does the larger group think? Would you see "sixteen and older"
in the drop-down as saying "put your adults-only stuff here"?
On Aug 31, 2009, at 11:30 AM, <kharness at illinois.edu> wrote:
> This phrase gets very close to the "18 must be accompanied by
> parents" movie rating system, will it imply, mistakenly, that the
> content is adult/X rated.
> We chose to tag some of the projects in EtoysIllinos with grade
> level's because they are aligned with grade level content standards.
> The rest of the projects stand as they are without grade or age tags
> because curiosity has no age limit and because we assume that people
> who click on a project they don't understand will either stay with
> it until they do understand or click out right away and go to some
> other project.
> ---- Original message ----
>> Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 10:13:07 -0400
>> From: Timothy Falconer <timothy at squeakland.org>
>> Subject: Re: [etoys-dev] popups in project-info
>> To: Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de>
>> Cc: kharness at illinois.edu, etoys dev <etoys-dev at squeakland.org>
>> I'm good with 16 and older ... but we'll ask the education team
>> On Aug 8, 2009, at 5:48 PM, Andreas Raab wrote:
>>> Perhaps just call the age bracket "16 and older"?
>>> - Andreas
>>> kharness at illinois.edu wrote:
>>>> Bert, Will the above 18 label carry connotations of the movie
>>>> ratings: adult content? These ratings may not be in use world wide,
>>>> I don't know.
>>>> I think age is adding an unnecessary and complicating bit of
>>>> ---- Original message ----
>>>>> Date: Sat, 8 Aug 2009 21:16:21 +0200
>>>>> From: Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de> Subject: Re:
>>>>> dev] popups in project-info To: etoys dev <etoys-
>>>>> dev at squeakland.org>
>>>>> Cc: "kharness at illinois.edu> <kharness at illinois.edu"
<kharness at illinois.edu
>>>>> On 08.08.2009, at 20:16, Scott Wallace wrote:
>>>>>> But neither your age nor mine is within the age-ranges covered
>>>>>> by the age pop-ups :-)
>>>>> IMHO "Age" should be "Target Age", and it should cover everybody.
>>>>> This means we need two more choices: "under 6" and "above 18".
>>>>> And there needs to be a way to select multiple age groups, or at
>>>>> least add an "everyone" choice.
>>>>> - Bert -
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