The annual Games in Education conference in Troy, New York is a rarity in that it brings together two groups of people who don’t often spend a lot of time together—classroom… 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.
The A-GAMES project, which released a national survey of teachers’ use of games in the classroom last year is now out with a report that offers deeper insights into what… more »
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 »
As Anna Jordan-Douglass noted in her piece a few months ago, the key to making a game great for kids is to spend time with kids playing your game throughout… more »