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Handbook of games and simulations in teacher education

Posted on 09 Apr 2015 with 0 comments
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Digital games and simulations are serious new tools for learning. They can achieve dramatically higher levels of emotional power, interactivity and effectiveness for learning compared to conventional resources. Collaboratively developed by the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, and the National Technology Leadership Coalition, the handbook aims to provide a digestible set of clear and useful guidelines and ideas that will stimulate the deeper conversations needed to make more rapid progress in integrating games and simulations into the “next practices” in teacher education.


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