Tag Archives: effective learning

If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance you want to or are already using games in education. But in a vast majority of schools, playing games as a regular part of class is little more than a fantasy. If you’re lucky, you can experiment with it in your own classes or even get support from the school, but still many schools ignore or even reject the idea that games can have a meaningful contribution to learning. This is why I dedicate this blog post to some of the reasons games may not be picked up by a school, and provide some counter arguments to them.

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In my latest blog post, I’ve finally covered something else than philosophy, and this Reading the game article will do the same. Today, I will be taking a look at the general art of teamwork, and how teamwork in gaming can teach us about (and improve) teamwork in real life!

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