Archive for the 'Gaming'

Worlds Day 1: Sock Monkeys

Hey guys! So today has been crazy and it is currently only 11:11 (make a wish!) I’m sitting...
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Is Diane Ravitch anti-technology?

I confess that I’m struggling with Diane Ravitch lately (and not for the reasons I struggled...
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What are 21st Century Literacies? [Guest Post]

What is information literacy in the context of an MMORPG? How do you assess learning in a...
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Is Gamification Really a Bad Word [Guest Post]

The first day of GLS7 brought with it plenty of spirited debate and intense arguments, as you...
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Text Based Adventures in the Classroom [Guest Post]

You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door. There is a...
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Video – Using a classroom simulation to improve teacher education

I found this video at the Serious Games Market blog. It’s worth reading the full post. Is this...
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CASTLE adds 3 new blog partners!

As part of our never-ending quest to tap into the potential of social media to enhance the practice...
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Do most educational games suck?

Since my preview of Conspiracy Code: U.S. History at NECC, I’ve been thinking again...
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NECC – My adventures with Horse & Hound magazine: Florida Virtual School, Achieve3000

A few days before NECC I was invited by a publicist to interview Julie Young, the Executive...
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2009 Game Education Summit begins today!

The 2009 Game Education Summit begins today in Pittsburgh. If you’re not attending, the keynote...
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