What happens when four teachers in a senior primary syndicate launch confidently into a term-long inquiry process based around games?
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We've put out a call for contributions to a special issue of set: Research information for teachers on the theme of "Playing, gaming, and learning"
Are you keen to write for this special issue?
Extended abstracts of up to 800 words are due by Friday April 20, 2018.
Over the past two summers I've posted some recommendations for things to read, watch, listen to, or play if you're interested in games, gamification, and game design for learning.
By John Huria
By Jo MacDonald
For my summer recommended reading list I’ve selected five recent projects from The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) that have important findings about literacy learning — from early years to tertiary.
By Rachel Bolstad
This post is part of a short series to share highlights from NZCER's 2017 Games for Learning conference.