So on this Thanksgiving, we thought we would give you a little data to chew on along with the turkey. A major new survey from Common Sense Media was released… more »
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On the upper floors of the DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash., small teams of student game developers huddle together over monitors, clicking and tweaking visuals and game mechanics,… more »
Ten years ago indie game developer and author Sande Chen studied the state of the games for impact movement in the book she co-authored called “Serious Games: Games That Educate, Train and Inform.” We’ve asked her to revisit that work to see what has or has not changed in the field of learning games.
It’s hard to argue against Open Educational Resources (OER) – those teaching tools and materials that are free from copyright and can be downloaded and modified by any teacher. But… more »