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Three Guidelines for Effectively Integrating Games in the Classroom

A number of meta-analysis studies have been conducted in the field of game-based learning attempting to create generalizable findings that can be used to select and create meaningful educational and instructional game experiences. Here are three guidelines culled from research on the subject. Embed the instructional game into the curriculum. Games should be embedded in […]

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Lessons Learned from My “Seemingly Doomed” Kickstarter Campaign

By now you may or may not know that I have co-founded a new company called 2KLearning (from lack of backers, I am assuming you don’t know). You can learn about the “seemingly DOOMED” campaign here. The goal of the company is to create innovative video game-based and hands-on maker faire-based learning experiences for middle […]

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Leaving Stealth Mode: Announcing 2K Learning and Kickstarter Campaign

Today is an exciting day with the announcement of the launch of 2K Learning. 2K Learning is born out of 6 years of work on a National Science Foundation project which has since morphed into a full fledged company offering innovative play/make curriculum designed to instill a love of science, engineering and math into middle […]

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