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Learning with & from games

Posted on: February 1, 2010

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This blog entry by Keri-Lee Beasley, an educator at the United World College of South East Asia, is one of the most thorough and hyperlinked. In it, she provides an overview of the benefits of educational gaming, i.e., literacy skills, critical thinking and social learning opportunities.

It’s something I will add to the quick reading list when I resume facilitating my educational gaming classes or when I conduct workshops for teachers later this year.

3 Responses to "Learning with & from games"

Hi there Ashley,

Many thanks for your kind words re my blog post. I’m glad you found it useful.

I have now found you on Twitter, and look forward to learning from you there 🙂

Cheers,

Keri-Lee

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Hi Keri-Lee,

I was so glad to find your resource and even happier to meet someone else who believes in the power of educational gaming. I’d love to learn more about how you might have integrated gaming into your curriculum.

BTW, I noticed that I left out the hyphen in your name in my initial blog entry. My apologies! I have edited the entry to correct my mistake.

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[…] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Ashley, Kwan Tuck Soon. Kwan Tuck Soon said: RT @ashley: Learning with & from games: http://bit.ly/aGQxMu […]

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