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What is Game-Based Learning? Pt. 1

a.k.a. laying the foundation. Google gives the following definitions: Game-based learning is a field of research and game design based on observations that play, structured or unstructured, conditions the human brain for transformation and learning. (Wikipedia) A form of learner-centred learning that uses electronic games for educational purposes. (from Wee Hoe Tan‘s research glossary on … Continue reading

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Introduction

I have set up this blog to disseminate the results of my (still on-going) dissertation work in the development of game-based learning environments. The focus is on describing the results from a practitioner’s point of view. The aim is to produce articles that game-based learning practitioners can take, discuss and use in their work. This … Continue reading