Dr Paul Gee and Tim Ryland have added greatly to our understanding of using video games in the curriculum. Lets share some ideas here.
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For anyone interested in game-based learning, Gameful has a new webinar series with some excellent presentations about GBL concepts and projects: http://gameful.org/gameful-webinar-series.
To Wendy and any educators interested in learning more about Minecraft, some faculty at Temple University have setup a Minecraft server (server name = dig.temple.edu) for educators to join in order to play and discuss ideas together. If you're interested, please email Matthew Palladinetti at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Minecraft username to join the group.
I have a small group of Minecraft enthusiasts in my classroom. We started a video game creator's club last winter and used KUDO to experiment with. I'd love to learn more about using such creative tools in my classes.
Check this out:
TED Talks- Gaming to change the world
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