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Higher Ed Social XP, HP, and Crits

I took advantage of the great opportunity to be interviewed by higher ed social. Higher ed social is a podcast for higher education. Lougan Bishop who is the Social Media & Digital Marketing Specialist for Belmont University along with co-host Jackie Vetrano, the Web and Social Media Coordinator at Genesee Community College grilled me about all things games. 70 more words

Duck Splat

A super fun game to get your whole class involved!

Game Type: Study Break

Recommended Ages: 6 and up

Number Of Players: Whole class

Equipment Required: Nil… 259 more words

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The timeless favourite revisited!

Game Type: Study Break

Recommended Ages: 6 and up

Number Of Players: Whole class

Equipment Required: Nil

Where To Play: Indoors… 159 more words

Study Break Games

Your Achievements List

Most student affairs professionals I’ve met are a competitive bunch. We strive to do more, see more, learn more, and achieve more. That’s not unlike many modern games where we are awarded for the little steps along the way known as achievements. 970 more words

Bring the ropes in...a conversation with @ballsrightsreas

Interesting conversation with Dave C, aka @ballsrightareas, on setting boundaries for junior cricket.

Watching highlights of Eng Women smashing sixes. Fantastic viewing. Why can’t club colts match boundaries be shorter to enable more sixes?

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Games & Learning: A Short Literature Review on Games and Autism

Another Start to Another Irregular Series, Games & Learning will focus on both games and… wait for it… learning.  As a teacher, I think that games are fantastic tools for education and love exploring this topic.   1,323 more words

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