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Cross-posted on GetIdeas.org Learning Trends series on Cultivating Leadership. A modern learning environment should reflect everything we know about building a community, developing young people, and providing a healthy environment for human beings. We know that people, no matter their … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting new book called The Third Teacher. The book is an exploration of how design can transform teaching and learning, becoming “the third teacher” in the classroom, after adults (parents and teachers) and children (peers and self). The … Continue reading
Apply to the Student Design Corps Today Via Learning Games Network – If you work with students (13 years and older) who have a strong interest in designing and creating their own computer games, definitely learn more about our plans … Continue reading
Presentation Zen: 10 Tips on how to think like a designer. Design in the real world is often a process of deliberate tinkering. Sometimes the goal may be clear, with timelines, budgets, and constraints. Or the goal may be less … Continue reading
Two white papers were released last month from The Education Arcade at MIT. Both are about video and computer games for learning, but look at this issue from slightly different angles. Moving Learning Games Forward looks at games, learning and … Continue reading