Console Game-Based Pedagogy: A Study of Primary and Secondary Classroom Learning through Console Video Games

@article{Groff2012ConsoleGP,
  title={Console Game-Based Pedagogy: A Study of Primary and Secondary Classroom Learning through Console Video Games},
  author={Jennifer Groff and Cathrin Howells and Sue Cranmer},
  journal={Int. J. Game Based Learn.},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={35-54}
}
The main focus of this research project was to identify the educational benefits of console game-based learning in primary and secondary schools. The project also sought to understand how the benefits of educational gaming could transfer to other settings. For this purpose, research was carried out in classrooms in Scotland to explore learning with games played on games consoles, such as PlayStation, Xbox, and Wii. Interviews were carried out with school leaders, classroom teachers, and… 
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