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Game-Based Learning and Traditional Classroom Game Play

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How is game-based learning different from the games you’ve been incorporating in your classroom all these years? This is the question raised by Hannah Hudson in We Are Teachers. In general, game-based learning means making gaming a deeper, more intrinsic part of the learning process. She gave a meaningful comparison between game-based learning and traditional game play in classrooms. Great points were made. In the perspective, game-based learning could build a personalized learning experience and the learner’s role is re-defined with the ownership of learning.

The Teacher Report: Game-Based Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Game Play

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