Here’s how to use gaming to change teaching and learning
Once accompanied by a stigma, educational gaming has gained even more momentum over the past year.
Across the nation, teachers are recognizing that engaging and immersive educational games can motivate students to learn and excel–without students even realizing it.
Game developers are still challenged to develop entertaining games that deliver research-based, pedagogically-sound experiences for students–but when those games do succeed, administrators and teachers are able to use the real-time data being collected in the background to inform instruction.
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