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Not all games are bad...

Deputy Managing Director, Steve Holt, shares his views on the recent research published on the impact of gaming on our children.

“Last week, new research was released by The National Children’s Bureau Northern Ireland (NCB NI) 343 more words


Baby you’re a Firework

I’m no stranger to cooperative gaming or applying it toward student development. During my last attempt I threw a staff of my Orientation Leaders into a world overrun with viruses. 834 more words

Turtle Sprint: You can save turtles in a game AND real life!

Help baby sea turtles as they hatch and make their way to the ocean. Beware the hungry predators waiting for a tasty turtle snack! Speed and navigation are key factors to success as these defenseless hatchlings rely on you for their survival. 69 more words


Blooming Confusing

I have a confession. I collect Blooms adaptations. It seems like the making up new Blooms is a very popular pass time of teachers using the Internet these days. 433 more words


"Red Cubes in Taipei" Pandemic & Games-Based Learning

Games-Based Experiential Education is a learning process involving direct experience with and the relationship between the teacher, student, material, and environment.  It is applied via game play and outlined with specific learning outcomes. 763 more words