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Hello! Below are the videos and slides used during the Chmiel/ Harrison talk at ISTE 2010 during the Bring your own laptop session on Wednesday, June 30.

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Gaming across the curriculum: Finding and evaluating educational games.

This post shares resources from Trevor and my games workshop at ISTE 2010. We kicked the workshop off with a brief talk. Here are the slides for that short presentation. ISTE Gaming Presentation View more presentations from tjowens. Integrating Games … Continue reading

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We won CODIEs!

We submitted our 3 energy unit games as one packet of games to the Software and Information Industry Association’s award for Best Educational Game. This is very much an “its just nice to be nominated” situation. Winning was highly unexpected … Continue reading

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Classroom constraints & the pass-back effect: Games designed to transcend generational divides

I am excited to be giving a talk today with Nina Walia as part of Games for Learning: Research and Design Innovation at NYU. It’s a quick talk, but I wanted to make sure those interested could take a look … Continue reading

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