The Amazing Scope of What Students Can Learn Through Games
Andrew Miller and Clay Ewing
Our guest opens our eyes to the diverse sorts of things that can be achieved through game-based learning.
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August 17, 2013 Game Based Learning
Clay Ewing is Assistant Professor of Interactive Media/Games at the University of Miami. His research focuses on serious games, implementing game mechanics into real world applications, and social justice. As a game designer, Professor Ewing’s games have tackled issues such as vector borne diseases, the cost of health care, social safety nets and labor practices.
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