Thinking about Game Based Learning…

I recently did a series of lectures and workshops on Game Based Learning (GBL) at the University of East Anglia where I talked about how a new generation of learners have emerged and how far  we as educators are meeting their expectations in the classroom. I raised the question if games and simulations can aid […]

Ideas for Learning and Creativity #4

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Creativity and Innovation This fifth post looks at ways in which students and teachers can improve the way they express ideas and communicate their understanding of key issues. I have also mentioned how cross-pollination into different spheres can help improve our practice as teachers – if you find this topic of particular interest please visit […]