Category Archives: educational reform

Why I love teaching but can’t go back

Talking about game design allowed the kids to really shine in ways that reflected true STEAM thinking. Continue reading

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Scientists? We don't need no scientists….

…if you happened to be at a huge-land-grant institution in the past 7 years or so, you’ve heard some mutterings about a very secret situation.  Science graduate students… highly trained, highly skilled, highly smart and highly unable to find a … Continue reading

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The trouble with games in schools

At the EdubloggerCon Unconference this year, I ran into a woman who had a great insight for me.  I told her a little bit about what I did (produce  core science games for middle schoolers) and my ambitions for the … Continue reading

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