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Using educational games for sign language learning - a SignWriting Learning Game: case study

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Computer games Engagement and performance

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Computer games can offer many learning benefits to students since they can consume their attention and increase their motivation and engagement. However,most of the research to date on educational computer games, focused only on learner with typical development. The principal aim of this pilot study is to examine the interest of learners with hearing impairments in using an educational game for learning the sign language notation system SignWriting.


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