Get tips, techniques, and tools that apply the principles of game design to the learning process — a dynamic way to engage learners and help educators assess learning.
- Young readers benefit from learning through play, and teachers can introduce familiar games to help support students’ literacy growth.808
- High school students can explore core ideas like self-reliance and civil disobedience as they read ‘Walden’ and engage in the game.1.1k
- Students can use games to learn money management and financial decision-making.19.8k
- Collaborative games can help students develop skills like critical thinking, emotional control, sustained attention, and working memory.528
- Games that take students on a quest can invigorate social studies and strengthen bonds among learners.3.7k
- Teachers can merge social and emotional learning and student choice to guide students to better understand themselves.1.8k
- Play is a popular student engagement strategy, and traditional games boost world language learning via an authentic cultural experience.1.9k