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Computer games, learning and the curriculum: uneasy bedfellows?

Why play games in school?

See all of the Games-Based learning links that Derek has uploaded

Haven't teachers always used games in their teaching? So why not computer games?

Games in schools: a contribution to low achievement

Impact of gratuitous violence - the staple of many computer games

Teachers should be in opposition to the games industry

Computer games are the cultural battleground

Games in classrooms: enhancing the curriculum and engaging learners

Secret learning

Instant feedback

Using Myst to support Literacy

Nintendo DS

Pupil awareness of checks and balances

"Games are a launch pad for engaging and inspiring."

Consumer Electronics: Becta's Blindspot in the Rearview Mirror

ThinkQuest: a collaborative venture

Games Play as a collaborative activity

ThinkQuest as an international activity

Grid Club: KS 2 coverage

Games and Learning: what’s the connection?

James Gee

Games & simulations offer a different way of learning

Immersion in games threatens learning

All teachers should read Baudrillard

Games are like real life, only better

Playing games involves following rules

Thomas Malone Reference - Joe Nutt

Prensky

Why are we still arguing over Gaming in Education?

Game - Based Learning Links

Why serious games work - an over-simplified view.

Game-Based Learning: What it is, Why it Works, and Where it's Going

Learning Principles

Theory and Research-based Principles of Learning

Video Gaming, Education and Digital Learning Technologies

What Video Games Have to Teach Us about Learning and Literacy

Selected URLs and other resources for Game-Based Education, e-Learning and Training

Games, Social Software, Networks

Employability

Privacy issues

What faces do young people show to the world?

Games Creation

Mission Maker

2DIY

Videos of Presentations at Institute of Ed

Dr Caroline Pelletier

Dawn Hallybone

Joe Nutt

Chris Binns