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Roberta Marck

Gaming & Education Scoop.it - 3 views

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    My first attempt at Scoop.it
Anne Wilkinson

Gaming for engagement and learning - 8 views

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    Gaming in higher education
Shannon Mersand

Augmented Reality in K12 Education | Scoop.it - 2 views

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    Augmented Reality in K12 Education by Shannon Mersand
Shannon Mersand

Gaming in Education | Scoop.it - 1 views

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    Gaming in Education Scoop.it by Shannon Mersand
Dan Kovach

Technology Addiction - 5 views

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    Check out my Scoop it link on technology addiction.
Maggie Rouman

The Neurology of Gaming | Online Universities - 2 views

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     Video games can be used to educate through repetition and feedback, but they can also have some less-than-positive side effects. Learn about how video games can improve the educational experience as well as hinder it.
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    Cool infographic.
Mary Gonderzik

Google Custom Search - Personal Internet Safety - 3 views

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    Customized search engine for teenagers dealing with internet safety.
Cassandra Gadouas

Home :: World Without Oil - 1 views

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    A game that teaches what it would be like for the first 32 weeks of a global oil crisis.
Michelle Clements

Social Studies and Gaming - 2 views

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    Gaming in the classroom promotes motivation. Motivation is the key for many students to learn. With the games and technology available, such as simulations and scavenger hunts, the classroom can be a fun and motivational place to learn. The middle school students of today are very much into their technology tools and this includes games. It is important for students to be able to utilize what they know, feel a sense of accomplishment and challenged today. Gaming can do this.
Dennis OConnor

Common Sense Media for Educators Resources and Curriculum for Teachers - 1 views

  • Common Sense Education Programs Today’s kids connect, create, and collaborate through media. But who helps them reflect on the implications of their actions? Who empowers them to make responsible, respectful, and safe choices about how they use the powerful digital tools at their command? Our Common Sense Parent Media Education Program and our Digital Citizenship Curriculum give educators, administrators, and parents the tools and curricula they need to guide a generation in becoming responsible digital citizens.
  • Turn wired students into great digital citizens Get all the tools you need with our FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum and Parent Media Education Program. The relevant, ready-to-use instruction helps you guide students to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world where they live, study and play. Every day, your students are tested with each post, search, chat, text message, file download, and profile update.
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    Free curriculum k-5 & 6-8. Parent and teacher education. Digital literacy and citizenship curriculum. Parent Media Education Program.
Dennis OConnor

Research Projects | Games Learning Society - 4 views

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    CivWorld Cognition and Learning in MMOs Competitive Fandom Digital Game-Based Learning Environments Local Games Lab Online Virtual Schools Simulations of School Leadership and Practice Youth Filmmaking as Digital Literacy Investigating Healthy Minds KidGrid
Jenifer Melton

Gaming in Education - 3 views

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    Great resource highlighting some of the popular gaming sites.
Jenifer Melton

WoWinSchool / wiki - 0 views

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    Since WoW and the principles of Gaming have become so popular, this site provides information on how gaming can be used in school.
Pam Pleviak

David Lee King - 0 views

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    David Lee King is a digital/social media librarian whose blog offers techs teachers and librarians alike plenty to ponder. This link goes to Unreal Development, a free online gaming development tool. Since gaming was one of our groups forum discussions, I included this link.
Elaine Baumann

Technology Review: Education Arcade - 0 views

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    This article reviews how games developed at MIT create a fun learning environment and requires collaboration among the participants.
Elaine Baumann

Games-to-Teach Home Archived Site - 0 views

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    MIT and Harvards program about teaching games
Elaine Baumann

The Education Arcade - 0 views

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    This is the home page of the former "Games that Teach" project of MIT
Dailia Adams

Can Second Life help teach doctors to treat patients? - CNN.com - 0 views

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    Gaming as eLearning
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