Tag Archives: educational games

The Many Avatars of Gaming

Stepping back from the intersection of two vital worlds for a big-picture view. GUEST COLUMN | by George Schalter Gaming is so all pervasive in our society that we sometimes overlook that fact that the technology driving it is fairly … Continue reading

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Serious Play School

A critical look at the use of games as educational vehicles to advance learning. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero There’s a lot of excitement brewing in the area of games and education this year, to wit, over 25 representatives from … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Brainzy

Today, kids can finally play, have fun, and really learn with a new online learning system – and new friends like Officer Ice Cream and Penelope Pegacorn. Education.com has announced Brainzy, a first-of-its-kind learning program now available with over 300 fun games, videos, and stories … Continue reading

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See Grog Run

Narrative as gameplay in teaching and learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Scotty Iseri Think back to the caveman days. The early dawn of language. Grog go up hill. Grog run away from saber tooth tiger. Grog slip on banana peel … Continue reading

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Interview | Sparkbridge Interactive: Playing for Good

A very unique company, Sparkbridge was founded by people from the Vancouver Aquarium and FableVision Studios, two leading organizations from different industries but with complimentary missions and values. The Vancouver Aquarium is a recognized leader in activating digital communications to … Continue reading

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