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Play to Learn - Digital Promise Global - 2 views

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    "Objective: Students will engage all of the design and communication skills they have developed by inventing a game that teaches the player something new.

    Tools/Materials Required: As needed

    Depth of Knowledge: Extended Thinking

    Teacher's notes are in purple. For the student's version, see Play to Learn Student Guide."
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factitious - 1 views

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    An online game that tessts your news smarts.
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Generic Game Board - ResearchParent.com - 3 views

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    "Have you ever thought, "If I could just turn this into a GAME, my kid would learn it no problem." Kids are like that, aren't they? Ask them to clean their rooms and they'll fall on the floor at the injustice of it all. Turn it into a game and they'll be transformed into little cleaning machines. (Sorry, this game board will not help your kids clean their rooms.) I've been wanting to make a generic, re-usable, board game for awhile now. I have definite plans for what I want to do with it. (Stay tuned for some upcoming math games.) However, if you have your own ideas, this free, printable, hand drawn, game board will work just as well."
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Video Game Design with Elementary Learners | User Generated Education - 0 views

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    "In order to support interest and passion driven learning (all - I mean all - of my students play video games) as well as address cross-curricular content area integration of language arts, science, and technology standards, I had my gifted elementary learners, grades 2 through 6, do a semester long project on video game design."
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Free Technology for Teachers: Jeopardy Rocks Now As Factile - Jeopardy & Flashcards - 1 views

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    "A couple of years ago I featured Jeopardy Rocks. Recently, Jeopardy Rocks changed its name to Factile and added some more features.

    At its core Factile is a free platform for creating Jeopardy-style game boards to use in your classroom. Factile lets you create games and save them in your account to use whenever you need them. When you create your game you can include images in the answer display. One of the new features is a gallery of templates for creating games. You can browse the template gallery and make copies of the ones that you want to use in your classroom."
John Evans

6 Creative Ways to Use the new Jumble Feature on Kahoot - teachingwithipad.org - 1 views

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    "Many of you are already playing Kahoot, a wildly popular assessment game using any device plus a projector in your classroom. I wrote this post two (!) years ago about how all students would love Kahoot. There are now over 13.9 MILLION public Kahoots created! Very recently, the makers of Kahoot have recently come up with another game within Kahoot called Jumble."
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Unity - Game engine, tools and multiplatform - 3 views

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    "You can create any 2D or 3D game with Unity. You can make it with ease, you can make it highly-optimized and beautiful, and you can deploy it with a click to more platforms than you have fingers and toes. What's more, you can use Unity's integrated services to speed up your development process, optimize your game, connect with an audience, and achieve success."
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Computer Coding Game No Computer Needed Superhero Activity - 4 views

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    "A computer coding game is a really fun way to introduce the basic concept of computer coding to young kids. Even better if you make it a superhero computer coding game! Plus you don't actually have to have a computer, so it's a cool tech-free idea. This homemade coding game was pretty easy to set up and can be played with over and over again with any type of pieces. Use superheroes,LEGO, My Little Ponies, Star Wars, or whatever you have to learn a little about programming."
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