As 2015 comes to a close there are a series of developments that offered both powerful optimism that the U.S. Department of Education was getting serious about using games in… 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.
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 »
A new report on efforts to use more digital learning in Ohio schools highlights the importance of training teachers how to use these tools, including games, and the important role… more »
For game developers, it might sound like a pipe dream – a tool that would let teachers quickly and easily import their own content into a game, custom-built for their… more »