video games

Step One: Start With What Kids Want

“If they give a damn about what they’re reading, they’ll persist in the face of challenges.” – Constance Steinkhueler at Big Ideas Fest. Steinkuehler is an educational researcher studying how online games can build literacy skills. In her most recent experiment she learned that “we had to shift from using games as a means for … Continue reading Step One: Start With What Kids Want →

(Video) Game on? Yes and No.

Leslie Rule is studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in the Technology, Innovation, and Education (TIE) program. She specializes in hands-on, in-depth, project-based workshops using geo-apps, mobile devices, and storytelling techniques to explore place and community. By Leslie Rule I am not a gamer. Never liked board games. Pre-date the video game revolution. … Continue reading (Video) Game on? Yes and No. →

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