Games and education: you’re invited to a review

What do computer games have to offer education?  Academic Commons has just published a group of articles exploring the topic, called  Games in Education.  Yours truly authored this one on using games to glimpse the future of education, but I commend each of them to you:

There’s a fascinating aspect to this beyond the subject’s intrinsic interest.  AC founder Mike Roy published these articles through CommentPress, in order to invite everyone’ commentary.  It’s a form of peer review, where anyone gets to play peer.  So please join in. Annotate, reflect, response, harrumph, disagree, celebrate!

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2 Responses to Games and education: you’re invited to a review

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