Recording: gaming in education

Thanks to everyone who joined in the web conference on gaming in education with Paul Callaghan.

If you missed it, or would like a recap, here’s the recording.

And just a reminder that all the recordings and session details are on our web conferences page.

About plnteam

The PLN team comprises teachers, librarians and web specialists who work together to provide the Victorian PLN course and support its participants. You can read more about the team members here: http://vicpln.global2.vic.edu.au/about-the-pln/the-2012-pln-team/
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One Response to Recording: gaming in education

  1. Joy Burlak says:

    Have just listened to the recording of the web conference last night. I remember ‘Monkey Island’. My problem in a secondary setting is the sharing nature of the games. We allow games at recess and lunchtime only, however the games seem to thrive best with an audience. This creates logistical problems for us, in noise and space, in a library. Very difficult for those students who need to work!

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