Breaking Down the Barriers to Getting Games into the Classroom
Matt Farber, Miichael Matera andSteve Isaacs
Our guest brings us an update on some of the initiatives and groups who are collaborating to help move gamifcation into mainstream classrooms.
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July 14, 2015 Game Based Learning
Steve Isaacs has been teaching game design and development at William Annin middle school in Basking Ridge, NJ and online for Virtual High School for years. In addition, he is the co-founder and moderator of the weekly #EdTechBridge chat; a community of edtech stakeholders with a goal of developing collaborative relationships involving educators, developers, students, and researchers working together to build better edtech products. Steve is also a founding member of the games4ed initiative which aims to examine and break down barriers to getting more games in the classroom to enhance learning opportunities for students.
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