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A great discussion on teaching game design. Advertisements
Earlier this year, I conducted a research study on behalf of the Working Examples team. We wanted to know first-hand why people use WEx and what they get from the site and community. Why do they use it? How does … Continue reading
Last week a group of us from the WEx community came together to talk about digital badges.
Just had an awesome conversation with a bunch of maverick teachers. Take a peek to see how they’re using games in their classrooms.
The slides from our GLS design jam – building a foundation for impactful work.
I spend lots of time thinking about the best ways to disseminate research to impact practice. Here’s what Audrey Waters and Drew Davidson have to say about the topic.