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Is computer gaming the new ICT to 
be integrated into school 
curriculum?
Dr Jason Zagami 
jason.zagami.info
Lecturer 
Griffith University 
School of Education and Professional Studies 
Gold Coast
Australian Council for 
Computers in Education 
President 
Editor 
Australian Educational Computing 
Australian College of...
SAMR 
Game Play as a process (Substitution) 
Game Building as a process (Augmentation) 
Game Play as a context (Modificati...
Secondary Worlds
Subcreation
Philosophic 
Epic 
Naïve
Gamer Types 
Scientist 6% 
Politicians 22% 
Socialite 7% 
Habitualists 5% 
Strategists 32% 
Competitors 11% 
Collectivists...
Gamer Taxonomy 
Intuitive 
Proactive Reactive 
Diligent
TPACK
GPACK
Interested in more detail? 
Friday 11:30 am to 12:00 pm in Meeting Room 8 
Secondary Worlds & Computer Gaming in Education...
Dr Jason Zagami 
Griffith University 
www.zagami.info
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
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Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?

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Zagami, J. (2014, October). Is computer gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?. Paper presented at the Australian Council for Computers in Education Conference, Adelaide, Australia. Retrieved from http://acec2014.acce.edu.au/sites/2014/files/attachments/ACEC2014%20Is%20Computer%20Gaming%20the%20new%20ICT
%20to%20be%20integrated%20into%20school%20curriculum.docx

Just as the integration of ICT into the curriculum took time and faced initial obstacles, so too does the integration of computer games into the curriculum. Emerging from a mixed methods research project focusing on learning and teaching with digital games in Australian classrooms, four distinct approaches to educational games are developed: Game Play as a process, Game Building as a process, Game Play as a context, and Game Building as a context. The SAMR model was applied to consider these as progressive adoptions of computer gaming that achieve increasingly transformative learning processes. Then within the use of games as contexts for learning, a Secondary Worlds model was used to then consider these contexts at Philosophic, Epic and Naïve levels. Finally, the TPACK model was extended to include computer games as a GPACKS evaluation model of the appropriate use of computer games for various curriculum content, pedagogical approaches, and student gaming preferences.

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Is Computer Gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?

  1. 1. 2:30
  2. 2. Is computer gaming the new ICT to be integrated into school curriculum?
  3. 3. Dr Jason Zagami jason.zagami.info
  4. 4. Lecturer Griffith University School of Education and Professional Studies Gold Coast
  5. 5. Australian Council for Computers in Education President Editor Australian Educational Computing Australian College of Educators (Gold Coast Region) President ADE Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher
  6. 6. SAMR Game Play as a process (Substitution) Game Building as a process (Augmentation) Game Play as a context (Modification) Game Building as a context (Redefinition)
  7. 7. Secondary Worlds
  8. 8. Subcreation
  9. 9. Philosophic Epic Naïve
  10. 10. Gamer Types Scientist 6% Politicians 22% Socialite 7% Habitualists 5% Strategists 32% Competitors 11% Collectivists 11% Soloist 5%
  11. 11. Gamer Taxonomy Intuitive Proactive Reactive Diligent
  12. 12. TPACK
  13. 13. GPACK
  14. 14. Interested in more detail? Friday 11:30 am to 12:00 pm in Meeting Room 8 Secondary Worlds & Computer Gaming in Education with specific examples in schools and teacher education
  15. 15. Dr Jason Zagami Griffith University www.zagami.info

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