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Teachers connecting with students through games

Posted on 23 Dec 2014 with 0 comments
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Most primary students play digital games. For many children these digital games are an important part of their lives. How can we as teachers connect with our students about the games they play? How can we incorporate their gaming experiences into our teaching? How can we teach literacy in such a way that it includes critical gaming literacy? In this paper the author outlines sections of a case study on what children aged 8-13 years know and want to talk about with adults in relation to digital gaming.


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