Can the original Zelda game still have things to teach designers? Activision's Mike Stout ( Skylanders ) dives back into the 1986 classic to see how Miyamoto handled pathing, challenge ramping, and more.
Brendan Jones 's insight:
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How do you engage adult learners? Make them equal partners in the learning process. Minimizing lectures, maximizing engagement, and preparing for the "ubiquitous class" all keep the focus on solving problems (as opposed to absorbing passive content).
Digital classroom resources for Grades 6-12. Digital Media: New Learners of the 21st Century explores how exceptional instructors are increasingly using digital media and interactive practices. (RT @PBS: How to leverage digital media in schools?
It is easy for those of us invested in critical pedagogy to see need for major change in education in the U.S. It is also easy for us to write highly ideological manifesti that make sweeping philosophical statements about how ...
More and more teachers today are experimenting with video games in a bid to keep their classes relevant and their students engaged. It's not uncommon to read about schools using titles like Portal 2, Minecraft, and SimCity to ...
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I am not a basketball coach, and I don’t pretend to be one on TV either. Over the years, however, I have watched a lot of games, and sometimes I’ll still shoot baskets with my kids until my legs give out, and they’re asking me if they should call EMSA. This summer my two older daughters participated in summer league basketball. My parental duty was to taxi them to practices or games and watch a lot of messy basketball.
One afternoon, I kept seeing one my daughters repeating the same mistakes when playing offense. So I jotted down some pointers I shared with her that evening over burritos. Later, I began to think through how these basketball tips also apply to our own performance as school leaders. So I re-wrote them as a way to self reflect and to share. Here they are:
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