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Games and Learning in  Higher Education
Overview           • Games for learning           • Games and Pedagogy           • Game design techniques
Games for Learning
Games and Pedagogy               • Contextual Learning               • Engagement               • Critical Thinking       ...
Game Design Techniques              • Feedback based on Game Feedback              • Badges and Achievements              ...
Image Credits    • A Slower Speed of Light Screenshot        – http://i.imgur.com/9aqOY.jpg    • Civilization IV Screensho...
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Games and Learning in Higher Education

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Short introductory presentation used at the Learning Technology Development discussion session.

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  1. 1. Games and Learning in Higher Education
  2. 2. Overview • Games for learning • Games and Pedagogy • Game design techniques
  3. 3. Games for Learning
  4. 4. Games and Pedagogy • Contextual Learning • Engagement • Critical Thinking • Active Learning • Problem Solving • Personalisation • Failure allowed • Self-paced • Immediate Feedback
  5. 5. Game Design Techniques • Feedback based on Game Feedback • Badges and Achievements • Gamification – Issues and Benefits
  6. 6. Image Credits • A Slower Speed of Light Screenshot – http://i.imgur.com/9aqOY.jpg • Civilization IV Screenshot – http://www.flickr.com/photos/graye/56632392/ • WoW Auction Screenshot – http://www.flickr.com/photos/athanazio/2412538191/ • Flu Pandemic Simulation Screenshot – http://www.flickr.com/photos/azdelslade/4907405421/ • Foursquare logo – http://www.flickr.com/photos/dpstyles/3367761841/
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