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Game based learning

by Principal Lecturer, Computing Education at University of Roehampton on Nov 24, 2011

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We compare our experience of computer games; I present some of the arguments in favour and against their place within education, together with a few case studies of their use....

We compare our experience of computer games; I present some of the arguments in favour and against their place within education, together with a few case studies of their use.
You develop a ‘classic’ computer game using Scratch, if possible within the context of your project.

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