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Ever wonder how many relationships your brain can keep track of? It's a lot less than you might think. pic.twitter.com/0EN4bp5bU4 — Lifehacker (@lifehacker) July 2, 2018 For much of human history, non-related people might have called each other “friends”. Fast forward to the early 21st century and we invented “Facebook friends”. Just over a week […]

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to play Pokémon Go (PoGo) in yet another country. This time I was in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. I realised that I could repeat much of my reflection on playing PoGo in Amsterdam last year. The similarities were the slow pace and gentle culture of play. One obvious difference […]

Recently I reflected on reaching Level 40 in Pokémon Go (PoGo). But I did not address all the reasons why I keep running even though I have reached a “finish” line. My short answer: I keep playing to keep learning. As the game os location-based, this requires me to occasionally visit new places. As I […]

I am following up my reflection last week on how games create personal opportunities for learning with how they reveal character. I use the game I play, Pokémon Go (PoGo), to illustrate. I attended my third and fourth Exclusive Raids of Mewtwo last month. This could be like saying I struck the lottery a third […]

Yesterday I started Niantic’s second Pokémon Go Community Day (PGCD) on a high, experienced a low, but ended on another high. PGCD is a monthly event that encourages players to explore the outdoors to find special Pokémon and rewards. February’s Pokémon was Dratini that could “evolve” to Dragonites with the draco meteor charge move. There […]

This reflection begins with a Pokémon Go gaming strategy and ends with a principle of game-based learning that often escapes teachers. After I am done with a Level 5 (the highest) raid boss battle, I occasionally hear someone complain how few premier balls they received to catch the boss. I suspect that these people persist […]

Today I reflect on another successful Pokémon Go Exclusive Raid I had last week. This was my second in about a fortnight. I combine what I wrote about moving from data to information and my resolve from the first raid. It took only a few weeks for talented individuals to crowdsource user data, suggest patterns, […]

Two days ago, I used my first Pokémon Go (PoGo) exclusive raid experience to illustrate how social leadership emerged from a crowd. Today I illustrate how members of a crowd chose to respond to investigative analysis. In doing so, I link a game-related phenomenon to a social one in the teaching fraternity. Nicholas Oyzon AKA […]

Like the privileged few who get to play Pokémon Go (PoGo) while overseas, I found out how different the experience was compared to playing in Singapore. I am not referring to catching the regional exclusive Pokémon (like Mr Mime in Europe). I am talking about the culture of play. Playing PoGo was much less stressful […]

I still play Pokémon Go. Perhaps play is the wrong word. I persist with it when others have stopped because it represents how I like to learn. While some teachers talk about ways to enhance teaching with PoGo, I consider how it enables powerful learning. I have shared some perspectives before. Today I suggest more […]


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