What Can K-12 School Leaders Learn from Video Games and Gaming ?

@inproceedings{Halverson2004WhatCK,
  title={What Can K-12 School Leaders Learn from Video Games and Gaming ?},
  author={Richard Halverson},
  year={2004}
}
Video games and gaming cultures have emerged as rivals for the attention of school-age children. Rather than learning from games, many school leaders and teachers have sought to condemn gaming and restrict the development of game-based curricula and pedagogies in schools. This paper suggests that leaders can learn from gaming by exploring how to develop curricula and establish spaces for teachers to learn and teach from gaming principles. Additionally, games are also well suited to represent… CONTINUE READING
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