Join us for a discussion on April 3 about game-based learning, the integration of games into the learning process.
Join us for a discussion about game-based learning, the integration of games into the learning process, facilitated by Psychology Lecturer Amy Hogan.
Game-based learning must be thoughtfully designed and implemented in the classroom to maximize its usefulness as a learning strategy. Games can provide opportunity for feedback, practice and reinforcement. They also teach students that failure is inevitable, but not irrevocable. This session will highlight the benefits and challenges of game-based learning, provide examples for implementing games in the classroom and provide best practices for devising well-designed games to match learning outcomes. Register here.