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Learning from games

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A lecture on the current state of computer games in schools by Oliver Quinlan.

Full presentation with audio at http://www.oliverquinlan.com/blog/2012/06/28/learning-from-games/

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Learning from games

  1. 1. #eict350Learning from games (cc) Steve Berry
  2. 2. Mr Toledano Gamers
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  11. 11. Inspiration
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  23. 23. Neuroscience
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  30. 30. But...
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  34. 34. Games creation
  35. 35. lwf (2011) Mitch Resnick: Learning from Scratch. Available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDPssJedOJ4(Accessed 4th March 2012)
  36. 36. MIT Scratch
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  39. 39. Further ‘reading’ http://www.delicious.com/ oliver_quinlan/ gamesbasedlearning

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