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EdGamer 106: Death in Sakkara Is Alive!

This week on EdGamer 106 we take off the training wheels and use Google Hangouts On Air without any assistance. Scary…but not as scary as the return of Death in Sakkara. This is the great 1920’s Egyptian murder mystery game created by Preloaded.  This was one of Zack’s favorite classroom games that was removed by the BBC because of website upgrades.  … Read the rest

EdGamer 78: Enlightened or Resistance?

This week on Episode 78 of EdGamer we look ahead to the exciting new world of Google Ingress. Plus we feature some great classroom resources by Zack and a review of the first week of his game club at his school. Don’t ‘resist’ becoming ‘enlightened’…Tune-in and level-up!

 

 

 

Show Host: Zack Gilbert

Show Contributor: Gerry James

Here’s our Show Notes


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EdGamer 60: We are Storming the Bastille!

EdGamer 60 is packed with more summer gaming news! We look forward to another exciting education and gaming conference as well as a ‘Steam-y’ summer sale. We also preview a new tablet and look at some sights that bring some new light to the classroom. Watch out for way too many French references on a Bastille themed EdGamer!

 

 

Show Host: Zack Gilbert

Show Contributor: Gerry James

Here’s our Show Notes


Contact us with any questions or comments- edgamer@edreach.us

 

EdGamer artwork by Tricia Fuglestad

 

 

EdGamer 21: Google+ Games+ Classroom= ?

On the 21st installment of EdGamer we breakdown the the recent addition of games to Google+. Can these games, or Google+ in general, be beneficial to our classroom environment? Also, we review an article that talks to the real professionals (the students!) about what they would like to see in our current school system. They have some interesting thoughts on integrating technology in our schools.
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