Rahul Mahna stood peering up at the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro and thinking about sixth grade. He was afraid. So were several of his fellow climbers, many of them amateurs,… more »
Often the latest studies about how children learn or what the effect of a given game might be are trapped in expert-facing journal articles and dense social science writing. We cut through the technical speak and explain it as best we can in our Learning Research reports.
We at gamesandlearning.org, have taken a look back at the most popular posts from our first year. We’ve compiled a list and would like you to take a peek. You… more »
We have an early look at some of the interesting data coming out of a larger report on teacher attitudes around the use of games in the classroom. The numbers hint at wider use of games in the classroom and indicate teachers see the real benefit of games in helping low-performing students.