E-educational games in formal education - ePrototype Bazaar 2011
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E-educational games in formal education is a proposals for innovative eBusiness idea and software prototypes developed and presented on the Professor Rene W. Wagenaar ePrototype Bazaar, a regular ...

E-educational games in formal education is a proposals for innovative eBusiness idea and software prototypes developed and presented on the Professor Rene W. Wagenaar ePrototype Bazaar, a regular session that is part of the 24th Bled eConference.
(http://www.bledconference.org/index.php/eConference/2011/announcement/view/31)

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  • 1. Prof. Rene W. Wagenaar ePrototype Bazaar eEducational games in formal education Vangelica Sapardanovska Sandra Nikoloska Ana MeskovskaUniversity Ss. Cyril and MethodiusFaculty of Economy - Skopje
  • 2. Introduction“You must train the children to their studies in playful manner, and without any air of constraint…” Plato
  • 3. GoalsCreation of eEducational games that can be integrated inthe school curriculumMake tracking of students knowledge, skills, predispositionsetc. simple and student’s appraisal credibleFacilitate the process of continuous learningMake learning a fun activity to do and increase thecompetitive spiritIntegration of knowledge gained in related subjectsIncreasing collaboration among teaching staffChanging students’ mindset through real life examples
  • 4. Why play games in school?Increased knowledge retentionIncreased pass ratesFreedom in choosing alearning style that suits thecourse typeReal-time adaptabilitySkills improvementActive learningEnhancement of motivation
  • 5. Let’s Play!