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Gamesmaster Joey Lee: Exploring the Impact of Applying Game Elements to the Classroom

The Assistant Professor of Communication, Computing and Technology in Education, who designs and tests digital and paper-based educational games, told the Sydney (Australia) Herald that games work in the classroom because they are highly engaging for young students. "There is something within these games that is fulfilling real human needs."
The Assistant Professor of Communication, Computing and Technology in Education, who designs and tests digital and paper-based educational games, told the Sydney (Australia) Herald that games work in the classroom because they are highly engaging for young students. "There is something within these games that is fulfilling real human needs."

Link: Study's the name of the game



Published Monday, Oct. 17, 2011

Gamesmaster Joey Lee: Exploring the Impact of Applying Game Elements to the Classroom

The Assistant Professor of Communication, Computing and Technology in Education, who designs and tests digital and paper-based educational games, told the Sydney (Australia) Herald that games work in the classroom because they are highly engaging for young students. "There is something within these games that is fulfilling real human needs."

Link: Study's the name of the game



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