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This presentation was shown at the Inspire Innovate 2012 conference.

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  • Level Up!Embedding games based learning in your classroom @aliceleung missaliceleung.wordpress.com alice.leung@det.nsw.edu.au
  • Thomas TurnerScott ManningFatema Al AliTiffany Williams
  • http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2011/sections/game-based-learning/
  • “Digital media brings a continuing change to one’s understanding and learning.”“Games offer a sense ofachievement, teamwork andlearning to overcomeproblems.”
  • • It is NOT about embedding educational games• It is NOT about interactive quizzes• It is NOT gamification
  • (1) What was the storyline in the game?(2) What was the goal in the game?(3) How did you know you were doing a good job in the game?(4) How do you know you weren’t doing a good job in the game?(5) How does the game make you do a good job?(6) How can you use this game in the classroom?
  • • It’s about LEARNING• Play games yourself• Start small• Consult your community• Watch Good Game Spawn Point• Collaborate with others – Twitter, Yammer, etc