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Game On

Using Digital Games to Transform Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

By: Ryan L. Schaaf, Nicky Mohan

Discover how to incorporate digital games into lessons in order to improve learning and prepare 21st century students for college and careers.

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Game On

Discover how digital gaming can improve learning and prepare students for successful futures. The authors—both experienced educators and enthusiastic gamers—contend that students of the 21st century communicate and learn differently than previous generations. By incorporating digital games into lessons, student learning will more accurately reflect the interactive, engaging reality students experience outside the classroom and better prepare them for college and careers.

  • Learn why students of the digital generation require different learning and teaching methods than previous generations.
  • Discover the benefits of playing games for educational and professional development purposes, which include making students active participants in their learning.
  • Gain consistent, clear definitions for terms related to gaming in education.
  • Access lists of suggested digital games and learn for what purposes the games are most useful.
  • Consider how digital games can address students’ diverse learning needs.

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Additional Information

Product Code: BKF652

ISBN: 9781936763979

Published By: Solution Tree

“A thoughtful, comprehensive, and accessible overview of all that game-based learning has to offer, Game On will prove a valuable resource for educators, researchers, and gamers alike.”

Anne Snyder, director of research and learning design, Second Avenue Learning

Game On connects the immersive engagement that takes place in meaningful digital games to pedagogical theories and best-practice models. Readers learn how to bring high-quality digital games into the system of their classrooms.”

Matthew Farber, social studies teacher, Valleyview Middle School, New Jersey

“An excellent primer for educators and stakeholders looking to employ game-based learning strategies.”

Victoria Van Voorhis, CEO, Second Avenue Learning

“An excellent resource for those looking to incorporate gaming into classrooms in order to engage students and help individualize learning.”

Lori Gerstein Ramsey, senior research associate, Metis Associates

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