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  • Today I’d like to talk about how games express ideas and help people create meaningGood games help players experience meaningful play, fun that is rich with ideasNo one definition, but a good one is:A problem solving activity approached with a playful attitude
  • “Ambiguity of Play”

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  • Formative research as the foundation of game design
    Jay Bachhuber
  • What is a game?
  • Why do we play?
  • Brian Sutton-Smith
  • Rhetorics of play
  • Games for learning
  • Preparation for future learning
  • Word play
  • Balancing perspectives
  • Jay Bachhuber
    jbachhuber@edc.org
    www.cct.edc.org