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G.A.M.E.S. for the Classoom

G.A.M.E.S. for the Classoom I recently attended a professional development session where the presenter intentionally used the word “play” in the presentation. For years this was an unspoken no-no in our district.  Yes, students used educational games but we never said that word because students were learning not playing. There has been a sudden shift […]

Gaming in Classrooms

Gaming in Classrooms As I was writing this piece, I had multiple flashbacks to the 1980s, the decade I first experienced game based learning. To this day, I attribute these gaming experiences as integral to my understanding of my favorite subject –  history. However, although the games I was playing were directly related to content, […]

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