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“Let’s do this together and see what we can come up with!” Teachers’ views on applying game-based pedagogy in meaningful ways

Posted on 21 Oct 2015 with 0 comments
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Game-based pedagogy offers a promising approach to renewing school education and making it more engaging. However, teachers’ ways of using game-based pedagogy have been rather traditional, not making use of its full potential. This paper presents initial findings on the experiences of teachers who participate in a project that aims to promote the meaningful use of game-based pedagogy.


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