The Hidden Ways Games Promote Learning
Matt Farber, Miichael Matera andScott Nicholson
Game-based learning shows up in many different ways. In this segment we look at the hidden ways in which games promote learning.
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May 10, 2015 Game Based Learning
Scott Nicholson is currently the director of the Because Play Matters game lab at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies. He focuses on games for informal learning, meaningful gamification, and creating escape rooms in a learning environment. He is also the creator of two games, Tulipmania 1637, Going, Going, Gone!
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