December 8, 2016 | By Digital Promise
A well-designed game involves three kinds of learning: task-based, individualized, and scaffolded. In other words, good game design is good pedagogy.
Yet, people often see games as just for kids and not as educational tools for adults. Watch this webinar with Peter Stidwill, Senior Producer at FableVision, to learn more about how games use the four principles of freedom of play to create powerful educational experiences for adult learners.
If you are interested in learning more about gaming for adults, read Stidwell’s guest blog. In this post, he also includes links to research studies for digging even deeper.
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