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I really enjoyed this artical especailly because it takes you through the basic process of creating games. Although it does explain alot about creating games, it doesn't necessary go too depth but it does give you the general idea. I find it pretty awesome how in the artical it gives you examples of objects and software that you can use.
This site was founded to showcase game making tools and selected games that were created with...
Coding In The Classroom: 10 Tools Students Can Use To Design Apps & Video Games In this age of social media, edtech, smartphones, tablets and MOOCs, software applications play a larger role than ever in...
What constitutes digital literacies is an interesting topic in contemporary learning environments. When I was teaching in a school I spent much energy trying to convince the “literacy team” that th...
To quote Australian educator – Richard Olsen - How are our education systems to respond to students as autonomous, self-directed web connected learners?
Could be usefull. I'm not experineced in makeing games. But for some projects it could be useful. Wouldn't it be better, smarte and quicker to get somebody involved how knows the busines or are these tools for concepting?
Some good advice: learn by doing, start small and be ready to fail!
Spotlight covers the intersections of technology and education, going behind the research to show how digital media is used in and out of classrooms to expand learning.
The key to writing is concentration, not inspiration, says the author. It requires deep attention to your characters, to the world they live in, and to the s...
UC San Diego Computer Scientists Develop First-person Player Video Game that Teaches How to Program in Java
After writing Gears of War: Judgment, Tom Bissell talks to Maria Bustillos about the potentialities of video games as literature, as well as its challenges as a storytelling medium.
Tha Machinima Toolkit for Teachers - About Machinima - machinima examples
Non-profit video game developer GlassLab is working with teachers and students to improve its new educational game, SimCityEDU.
Today's Weekly Photo Challenge on the Daily Post is about horizons...that place where the earth meets the sky. And as I headed to the beach to capture one of my favorite horizon vistas, I found mys...
Katie Salen, executive director of nonprofit design studio Institute of Play, offers a look inside the ground-breaking school in New York City that she co-fo...
Susan O'Connor is a writer. She works with studios to create worlds and adventures for video games. Titles in her portfolio have sold over ten million copies...
Just what is a game jam? It is a short event, usually only a day or two, where game developers plan, design and create a short game. Similar to a music jam session, game jams don't involve much pre-p
Mordechai Buckman To play the original games which were created to illustrate the talk, visit http://gdc.gamism.org The complete poster: http://gdc.gamism.or...
Recently I witnessed two expert panels discussing critical issues for our educational system -- on the same day. The first one was on implementing the Common Core for English-language learners; the s
Children in the 21st century experience media in ways that are vastly different from any previous generation. Social networking, user-created content and video games provide a level of interactivity