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How 10 Colleges Are Using Game-Based Learning Right Now

How 10 Colleges Are Using Game-Based Learning Right Now | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it

One of the hottest trends in education evolution is the introduction of games into the classroom. Gamification of just about anything has been tried by teachers around the globe.

 

If you’re interested in using games in the classroom, where should you start? We strongly recommend checking out the following 10 colleges and see what they’re doing. Then build on that and take your game-based learning to the next level! Get it? Levels? Video game joke?

 

Read more, very interesting...:

http://edudemic.com/2012/10/colleges-game-based-learning/

 


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A Must-Have Guide To Gaming In The Classroom - with an interesting Infographic

A Must-Have Guide To Gaming In The Classroom - with an interesting Infographic | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it

Gaming, wikis, blogs, social media, interactive polls and QR codes: just some of the technologies that teachers are bringing into the classroom.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Gust MEES
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Gaming in the Classroom: Why Bring Electronic Games into the Classroom?

Gaming in the Classroom: Why Bring Electronic Games into the Classroom? | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it

Does gaming have a place in the classroom? The information on this infographic provides reasons why gaming should be in the classroom (with resources provided on the infographic). A few of the reasons discussed are:
* The students love games and are familiar with them.

* The students are engaged. "Computer games stimulate the brain to produce dopamine" which helps with attention and making connections.

* Student are motivated by games.

For more information check out the infographic!


Via Beth Dichter, Joanne Crooks
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