Games like “SimCity” are sparking players’ interest in jobs like city management, building and planning, and playing a role in gearing them up for the real thing.
According to a recent Forbes article, Microsoft OneNote is an edtech game-changer.
Here’s a look at how educational games have evolved through the years and how new advancements have helped to improve learning and help students build important 21st century skills.
The Minecraft-based tutorial was designed by Microsoft and Code.org and teaches students to code and problem-solve by completing challenges in the 2D Minecraft world.
After immense research, Mitch Weisburgh, Co-Founder and Director at Games 4 Ed, explains the science behind why gaming helps students learn.
EDUCAUSE 2015 will feature a session on “game-storming,” and shed light on how end users can harness the resources of gaming to provide a better learning experience for students.
This article is the second in a series that will take a look at gaming in education and why teachers should embrace this up and coming trend. The first article in this series pointed out that over 60% of teachers use games. While the majority of game use is for supplemental activities, there is a […]
Game-based learning has a number of benefits for K-12 students. This article is the first in a series that will take a look at gaming in education and why teachers should embrace this up and coming trend.
At TCEA 2015 “Reimagine Assessment In the Digital Age” explores how technology has changed our idea of assessment and why traditional pen and paper tests are on the way out.
Our readers chose eight technology products that have had a positive impact in their schools this year. See what made the list.