Playful Learning: Computer Games in EducationA guide to get children excited and energized about learning @olliebray      ...
Why Games?
“Good Teachers Use Good Tools”Derek Robertson
Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8                               Learning
Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8                               Learning
Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8                               Learning
Learning through play…           Time
Playful learning…
Playful learning…ChallengeProgressionReward
Playful learning…ChallengeProgressionRewardPersonalizedReal-time
competitive…
competitive…       …but, non-threatening
Relationships
Relationships
Cultural relevance
Common Language
Noatak, Alaska - 2010
Noatak, Alaska - 2010
Games unite people
ContextualHubs
CreatingContent
Visual programming language
Immersive
Instant feedback
Complex tasks
Literacy
Rules and building blocks
Change variables - science
Learningfrom Games
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education
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BETT 2012: Playful Learning: Computer Games in Education

  1. 1. Playful Learning: Computer Games in EducationA guide to get children excited and energized about learning @olliebray Ollie Bray – BETT 2012
  2. 2. Why Games?
  3. 3. “Good Teachers Use Good Tools”Derek Robertson
  4. 4. Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8 Learning
  5. 5. Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8 Learning
  6. 6. Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8 Learning
  7. 7. Learning through play… Time
  8. 8. Playful learning…
  9. 9. Playful learning…ChallengeProgressionReward
  10. 10. Playful learning…ChallengeProgressionRewardPersonalizedReal-time
  11. 11. competitive…
  12. 12. competitive… …but, non-threatening
  13. 13. Relationships
  14. 14. Relationships
  15. 15. Cultural relevance
  16. 16. Common Language
  17. 17. Noatak, Alaska - 2010
  18. 18. Noatak, Alaska - 2010
  19. 19. Games unite people
  20. 20. ContextualHubs
  21. 21. CreatingContent
  22. 22. Visual programming language
  23. 23. Immersive
  24. 24. Instant feedback
  25. 25. Complex tasks
  26. 26. Literacy
  27. 27. Rules and building blocks
  28. 28. Change variables - science
  29. 29. Learningfrom Games
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