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Teach students with games!


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Teach students with games!

  1. Photo by Kelly Hunter, Get Your Game On!
  2. Photo by Sherif Salama, Whoever wants to understand much must play much. - Gottfried Benn
  3. Peer support & learning Powerful motivator Try till level is achieved Application within a context Multimedia rich Immediate reward Photo by David Goehring, Why teach with games? Promotes movement
  4. Photo by Jirka Matousek, Games can replace a quiz or homework!
  5. Photo by Jirka Matousek, Games can replace a quiz or homework! Review with games!
  6. Quizlet
  8. @DaveDodgson
  9. 6kuLfV
  12. Group 2 Week 2 by Kevin Jarrett, Flickr • List their favorite games • Write down the storyline • Create a walkthrough
  13. Have them design walkthroughs, Samarost walkthrough by Carol Rainbow
  14. They will need to map out their ideas 28/366 by Clayton Cottingham, Flickr, CC
  15. Video  Game  Glee  by  Clover_1,  Flickr   Get students to create their own games!
  16. • Create trivia games • Drag and drop • Students prompted to make quiz for their peers to take • Timed • Leader board
  18. • Choose templates, such as mazes, pingpong, role- playing, aliens, and more
  22. Game Creation Apps iPad Gaming by Michael Nugent, Flickr
  23. Tiny Tap Game Creation iOS & Android App Features: • Add own images or from a web search • Record your own voice • Record a question, an answer, a hint • 20 different soundtracks • Track progress using the in- game scoring system • Personalize pre-made games from the TinyTap store with narration and images
  24. Game Press Free for iPad -drag & drop - over 500 graphics, music, sound effects, particle effects -import your own pictures, graphics, animations, sound effects, music - create sound & special effects - physics engine for real world simulation
  25. Image by Laurie Sullivan, Have them play each other’s games & assess them
  27. Image  by  John  Corvera,  Flickr   “Games are an extraordinary way to tap into your most heroic qualities.” - Jane McGonigal, Author of Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World
  28. gamification
  29. Get your copy of Learning to Go- Twitter: @ShellTerrell