Tag Archives: digital games

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National Survey and Video Case Studies: Teacher Attitudes about Digital Games in the Classroom

by Administrator
May 5, 2012

Combining the breadth of a national survey with the depth that case studies can provide, the Joan Ganz Cooney Center and BrainPop have used these two research tools to gauge teacher’s attitudes and beliefs about the effect classroom video game use has on student learning, developmental growth and social behavior. … 







Changing the Game at Becker College, September 14, 2011

by Catherine Jhee
August 24, 2011

On September 14, Michael Levine will participate in “Changing the Game: How Digital Games are Changing Entertainment and Education,” an academic panel at Becker College in conjunction with the inauguration of the college’s new president, Robert E. Johnson, Ph.D. The honorary chair and moderator is Gordon Bellamy, executive director of … 







More on E3 and the Games and Learning Summit

by Zachary Levine
June 20, 2011

Last week, Zachary Levine shared his thoughts on the future of educational games after attending the E3 Expo in Los Angeles. Here is his report on the Games and Learning Summit and the highlights from the Expo. The 2nd annual Games and Learning Summit, organized by the Entertainment Software Association …