Tag Archives: Games & Learning

EdGamer 55: Manipulation is not only a tool for the ‘Dark Side’

This week on EdGamer  Episode 55 we try to figure out the motivation behind an…uh…interesting article by a few psychologists. Then in happier thoughts we check out a great article about Ken Burns and manipulation. Finally we look ahead some exciting new game releases. Tune in to the latest EdGamer episode and find out Zack’s deepest, darkest secret (spoiler alert: he cried at the end of Harry Potter).… Read the rest

EdGamer 54: Summer Prep for Games Next School Year

It’s summer time on EdGamer this week…well at least for some of us. In episode 54 we figure out what steps teachers would need to take this summer to get ready to use games in the classroom next year. We include some valuable links to resources and also look ahead to some great summer conferences you should consider attending! Watch out, it’s another don’t miss episode of EdGamer…summer style!… Read the rest

EdGamer 53: Bloomin’ from Down Under

This week on EdGamer we take a look at a great resource a new friend from Down Under passed along to us. After a quick review of the latest happenings we focus on a handout that clearly outlines Blooms Taxonomy for video game usage, learning and design. This week’s show is brief but doesn’t lack any punch. Don’t miss your chance to hears tons of bad Australian accent attempts by Zack…only on EdGamer 53!… Read the rest