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Heard of Gamification? Well, Here Are 19 Resources….

Heard of Gamification? Well, Here Are 19 Resources….

http://mediaspecialistsguide.blogspot.ca/2014/05/heard-of-gamification-well-here-are-19.html 

“According to the Mashable, gamification is “the use of game mechanics and game design techniques in non-game contexts.  Using gamification can help get kids interested in things they normally would find boring. Are you ready to get your game on? Take a look below and see what you think. I personally am all for anything that makes learning more fun for our students!

7 Good Examples of Gamification in Education– from EdTech Review

The 20 Best Blogs About Game-Based Learning

10 Gamification Challenges for Educators– post from Bernard Bull, Concordia Professor

10 Specific Ideas to Gamify in the Classroom

10 Video Games to Get Started with Game-Based Learning

Bringing Minecraft to the Classroom– the creators of Minecraft want to make the game affordable and accessible to schools everywhere.

The Dangers of  Gamification in Education– post by Larry Ferlazzo


Education-Gamification Resources– from Gamify My Class


Games: More Than Just Reward Systems– from EdTech Researcher

The Gamification of Education

by Column Five Media.
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Gamifying Education: Do We Know How to Gamify the Classroom– from Cool Cat Teacher Vicki Davis

How Gaming is Changing in the Classroom

How to Gamify Your Classroom– from Edudemic

Kathy Sierra on Gamification in Education– this is a response to Lary Ferlazzo’s post above on the dangers of gamification in the classroom.

Mr. Gonzalez’s Classroom– links to gamification resources

The Slow Gamification of K-12 Classrooms– from edWeek

Use Minecraft as an Educational Tool– from Edutopia

Using the Video Game Model in the Classroom– from Edutopia

What is Gamed-Based Learning?– article from Upside Learning”

Stephen

Posted on: June 2, 2014, 6:51 am Category: Uncategorized

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