Browsing Education by Subject "Games for learning"

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Browsing Education by Subject "Games for learning"

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  • Becker, Katrin (Canadian Network for Innovation In Education, 2014)
    Videogames are interactive by nature - people proceed in games by doing things, and this experiential quality lies at the very core of game design. Without interaction, it isn’t a game. Videogames are popular precisely ...
  • Becker, Katrin; Parker, J. R. (ETC Presshttp://press.etc.cmu.edu/content/learning-education-and-games-volume-one-curricular-and-design-considerations, 2014-10-22)
    Key Summary Points The design of games for learning requires knowledge of game design and of instructional design. One cannot merely be layer on top of the other. A learning game must be designed to meet pre-specified ...
  • Ruggiero, Dana; Becker, Katrin (Canadian Network For Innovation in Education, 2014)
    Just what do we learn from playing serious games? Especially common in games for learning is the notion that participants need to be able to win the game, but is it always necessary for the player to win in order to ‘get’ ...

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