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Games in  Education:  Serious Games

Games in Education: Serious Games


it is argued that digital games, including simulations and virtual worlds, have the potential to be an important teaching tool because they are interactive, engaging and immersive activities (for example see the work of Gee 2008; Shaffer 2005; Smith 2007). this document considers this claim. it begins by briely considering the rationale for using games in education – informal and formal. it then considers the various types of digital...

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Joseph Mooryes
Joseph Mooryes (Student)
4 years ago
I thinks it's very important!