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Level up learning: a national survey on teaching with digital games

Posted on 09 Feb 2015 with 0 comments
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Digital games have the potential to transform K-12 education as we know it. But what has been the real experience among teachers who use games in the classroom?  In 2013, the Games and Learning Publishing Council conducted a national survey among nearly 700 K-8 teachers. The report reveals key findings and looks at how often and why teachers use games in the classroom, as well as issues they encounter in their efforts to implement digital games.


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