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Using Minecraft to Meet Learning Objectives

If you ask a group of 30 elementary to middle school children what their favorite video game is, chances are a large percentage of them will answer: Minecraft.  619 more words

Best Practice

How to "Be Awesome at College" and Life in General

By Ish Stabosz
Center for Creative Instruction & Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
Stanton Campus

Today’s resource is not for you, the teachers who read AskCCIT. 327 more words

Educational Technology

Kahoot: Great Learning Starts by Asking Great Questions!

Using Kahoot, students can use any internet ready device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, etc.) to participate in a survey, content-based game, or assessment.

Click the image below to register or learn more. 18 more words


A Guide to Game-Based Learning

I am a fan of game-based learning. It makes the class fun not only for my kids but for me too. This makes the classroom more inviting and therefore more conducive to learning for the children. 1,084 more words



Image courtesy of Joe DeSousa

It’s been a while since I last blogged and it isn’t for lack of desire. There are a number of things that I have been reflecting on and considering writing about, but none of them have really developed into a full blown post as of yet. 1,327 more words

Mini track call for papers on Pervasive and Ubiquitous gaming for learning

There will be a mini track dedicated to Ubiquitous and Pervasive Gaming at the ECGBL 2015 in Norway (8-9 Oct). The description is as follows: 275 more words

Serious Games