How to integrate gaming in the classroom - Jolanta Galecka

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In her presentation Jolanta Galecka (Young Digital Planet, Poland) showed several interesting games and the evolution YDP has undergone in the design process based on feedback provided by children playing the games. Find out the before and after screenshots of games, with clear changes in decor, characters and game feedback.

Jolanta presented this presentation during the MEDEAnet webinar 'How to integrate gaming in the classroom' on 25 June 2012. Find out more on http://www.medeanet.eu.

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  • Children learn by watching, listening, babbling, imitating, analyzing, playing, repeating, trying and interacting with the world and manipulating it. They should be allowed to follow that path in their own pace but they should also be guided properly and provided with necessary tools. The child is ready to accumulate, associate and transform the inputs it receives from the world but it is also ready and prepared to receive help from adults. And the adults are naturally equipped to give that help. It’s just that recently they do not have enough time or resources and so maybe this is the reason for the recent decline.
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  • How to integrate gaming in the classroom - Jolanta Galecka

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