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A few years ago, Michael John, Game Director at the Games, Learning and Assessment (Glass) Lab, and a l...
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In a tough economy where painful education cuts are the norm, it is more important than ever to create an affordable -- and in this case fun -- engine for teaching skills to our children. Why does this work so well?
Gameification represents part of a predictable sequence. Many of the greatest technological advances in business have come originally from the world of kids and their games.
In an education system and learning culture so entrenched in standardized testing, the role and value of play and games is still finding a place.
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