Three ways game-based learning can be a helpful tool

01/8/2013

"We can use games in the classroom to not only leverage engagement but also to align games to instructional principles," writes educator Andrew K. Miller. In a guest Inservice post, he explains how games can be used to assess progress, engage kids, and create deeper learning experiences. Miller also points to a variety of games that educators may want to consider. Read on.

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