During his final stop this week on a tour of schools in four states and the District of Columbia, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education, John B. King Jr., defended… more »
What does it look like when the teacher has students fire up an iPad game or assigns a game as homework? These stories offer insight into what is happening in today’s classrooms and how developers can ensure their games fit into a teacher’s vision of education.
Any assessment of why schools have been slow to adopt new technology and use games in the classroom always focuses in part on the problem of discoverability and purchasing. A… more »
In his final State of the Union address last week, President Obama called for every student to gain the opportunity for “the hands-on computer science and math class classes that… more »
As 2016 begins there are many demographic and technological shifts under way that make it almost inevitable that technology and gaming will continue to infiltrated kids’ learning — be it… more »