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What K-12 Teachers Think about Game-Based Learning


WeAreTeachers released the result of a survey of 309 K–12 classroom teachers from public, private and religious schools across the country about their views on game based learning. It shows more technologies and helps are needed for game-based learning to be broadly implemented into classrooms. But in another post “Debating Game-Based Learning“, the pros and cons are really competing to influence the attitude of all teachers. There are still gaps waiting to be bridged, for examples, building learning games more closely tied to education goals, or helping teachers to design learning activities with game-like mechanism for their lesson goals.

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“Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand.” -------- Chinese Wisdom "Games are the most elevated form of investigation." -------- Albert Einstein
"I'm calling for investments in educational technology that will help create digital tutors that are as effective as personal tutors, educational software as compelling as the best video game," President Barack Obama said while touring a tech-focused Boston school (year 2011).
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