Games, gaming and gamification in Higher Education
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Games, gaming and gamification in Higher Education
Using games and game strategies for enhancing learning in higher education settings.
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Submrge | Deeper Thinking about Games and Education

Submrge | Deeper Thinking about Games and Education | Games, gaming and gamification in Higher Education | Scoop.it

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, August 14, 2013 10:23 PM

Submrge is a website that has the tag line “Deeper Thinking About Games and Education.” It is divided into a number of sections including Games, Activities and Links.

What makes this site unique is the information it provides on each game. “Each game page includes important information for teachers, like benefits of play, educational issues for discussion, easily accessible game information, and activities related to the game on Submrge.” In addition to this information there is also a page for each game that includes “important information on the level and subject, but also the activity’s relationship to Bloom’s Taxonomy, Common Core Standards, 21st Century Skills, and the H.E.A.T. Framework. If you are wondering what HEAT Framework stands for think of Higher Order Thinking, Engaged Learning, Authentic Connections and Technology Use. This page also provides a list of learning styles and the games I checked included an Essential Question,

The Links section has resources in the following areas:

* More on Games as Text

* Advice on Games in the Classroom

* General Games Collections (many content-specific)

If you use games in your classroom, or are considering doing so, this website will provide additional resources that may provide you with new ideas.

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Why Should You Try Game-Based Learning? - Edudemic

Why Should You Try Game-Based Learning? - Edudemic | Games, gaming and gamification in Higher Education | Scoop.it
This visual takes a look at how game-based learning activities are designed, why they work, and how well they work in classrooms. Keep reading to learn more.
Jacqui Kelly's insight:

A nice visual that shows some of the facts relating to game based learning

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