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Roundtable Discussion: Teaching with Games, Part 2

by Sandhya Nankani
April 21, 2017

In the part two of a roundtable discussion on teaching with games, Sandhya Nankani talks to Paul Darvarsi and Aleksander Husoy about what teachers look for in learning games and explore some of the qualities that make the teaching games successful. See part 1 here. Teachers on games for learning   Sandhya: A recent study found … 







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AJC Research2Practice: Digital Connections to Link Home and School

by Amber Levinson and Alexia Raynal

This second Research2Practice tipsheet from the Aprendiendo Juntos Council presents shares research-based suggestions for educators that can help bridge the home-school connection for Hispanic-Latino students. Digital Connections to Link Home and School provides a quick glance at the most pressing digital equity issues facing lower-income families with suggestions that teachers can … 







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Digital Games and Family Life

Once a novelty restricted to arcades, video games have become a deeply embedded part of our lives. As digital game platforms have become increasingly more affordable and more accessible over the past forty years, it has become clear that games aren’t just fun to play, but can motivate people of … 







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67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association

25 - 29 May 2017 | San Diego, CA

This event is open to the public. Conference Theme: Interventions: Communication Research and Practice “Intervention” points to a range of communication practices that engage with a political event, social phenomena, industrial or socio-cultural practice, in order to alter and disrupt events and the norms and practices that contribute to their … 







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