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Serious About Games

How can educators get the most out of game-based learning? INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Involved seriously in gaming as education since 2004, Lee Wilson, an executive at companies serving K-12 schools and most recently of Filament Games, has degrees … Continue reading

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Fun and Games

Connecting with today’s mobile student through game-based learning technologies.   GUEST COLUMN | by Lindsey Hill If you’re old enough to remember games created solely for desktop computers, you just might remember a popular game called “The Oregon Trail.” The … Continue reading

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Interview | Traveling through DimensionU with Nt Etuk

Nt Etuk founded DimensionU (formerly Tabula Digita) on the premise that the education system needed to become truly “customer-oriented,” where the real customer in education is the student. It was Nt’s belief (pronounced EN-tee) that, prior to DimensionU, most emphasis was … Continue reading

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