Educational games (EG) design framework: Combination of game design, pedagogy and content modeling

@article{Ibrahim2009EducationalG,
  title={Educational games (EG) design framework: Combination of game design, pedagogy and content modeling},
  author={Roslina Ibrahim and Azizah Jaafar},
  journal={2009 International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Informatics},
  year={2009},
  volume={01},
  pages={293-298}
}
Previous studies have found that educational games (EG) provide immersion, motivation, fun and high level of engagement. Studies also found that EG are able to teach 21st century skills. Thus, it is worth studying how this form of entertainment can be adapted into our teaching and learning strategies in order to develop our students' motivation and engagement, which is crucial in successful learning. However, designing and development of educational games with authentic learning content while… CONTINUE READING

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