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This post is part of a short series to share highlights from NZCER's 2017 Games for Learning conference

By Rachel Bolstad

Date posted: 17 October 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

This post is part of a short series to share highlights from NZCER's 2017 Games for Learning conference.

Date posted: 11 October 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

This post is part of a short series to share highlights from NZCER's 2017 Games for Learning conference.

Date posted: 7 October 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

This post is the beginning of a short series to share highlights from NZCER's 2017 Games for Learning conference.

Date posted: 4 October 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

This blog miniseries has profiled the motivations of various game-using teachers we have interviewed in the Games for Learning project.

Date posted: 22 August 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

One possible challenge for anyone trying to get their head around the role of games in education is the semantics.  Which words should we use to describe learning that involves games? What’s the difference between “educational games” “serious games”, “gaming”, “game design”, or “gamification”?

Date posted: 1 August 2017

As promised in my previous post, today I'll discuss a few points of interest from the just-published report Digital technologies for learning: Findings from the 2016 NZCER national survey of primary and intermediate schools.

Date posted: 2 June 2017

By Rachel Bolstad

Today NZCER released a report called Digital technologies for learning which presents some findings from the  2016 NZCER national survey of primary and intermediate schools. 

Date posted: 29 May 2017

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