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What Happened to Free Play?

Growing up in the 1980s, my friends and I had two educations, one at school and one after-school. We played in mixed-age neighbourhood groups almost every day, often until dark. 491 more words

Student Voice

PBS Kids Launches Game Creation Tool

April 16th, 2015


PBS KIDS has launched Kart Kingdom, the children’s media brand’s first-ever online world. Now available at pbskids.org/kartkingdom, Kart Kingdom features a collection of fun, curriculum-based games that help kids ages 6-9 learn systems thinking skills. 76 more words

Games And Apps

Never Alone - Sharing and Preserving Inupiaq Culture

As a student, my experience with game-based learning started (and ended) with playing The Oregon Trail and Where In The USA Is Carmen Sandiego on a very old Macintosh. 174 more words

Learn Programming Logic with this Lego Mindstorms Game. Mini Edtech Function Review on Fix the Factory

Fix the Factory

What this Resource Includes: 24 Game Levels
Subjects: Programming
Grade Level: 3-12+
Audience: Learners
Platform: Web-based, Android, iPhone & iPad
Price: Free… 207 more words


Bare Bones Lessons: Angry Birds

I know a lot has probably been written on using the game Angry Birds to teach math, and it is a game that is pretty old but just in case, I would like to write a simple lesson idea for anyone to use and adapt. 433 more words

Bare Bones Lessons

Making a Game Out of Learning

By Chris Berdik

Slate Magazine

Teachers predominantly use games as rewards or reinforcement, rather than starting points for learning.

Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by… 168 more words

Educational Technology