Sunday, August 3, 2008

Scott McLeod at Dangerously Irrelevant just posted the following wrap-up in Video Games and Learning...


When our students, nearly all of whom have grown up immersed in video game experiences, complain about school not being interesting or engaging, they’re not just looking to be entertained (as many teachers claim). They’re looking for learning experiences like they have at home that are individualized, authentic, and intellectually complex. Figuring out how to make that happen in our K-12 classrooms is the challenge for us as leaders as we consider what forms 21st-century learning environments need to take.

I worked really hard at changing assignments and culture in my class last year but still feel pretty far away from where I need to be...

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