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Links 1 through 10 of 35 by Vance Stevens tagged games

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25 Online Games for English Language Learners

by JESSIE CHUANG • AUGUST 28, 2012

by Angelita Williams, OnlineCollegeCourses.com

(not sure who the actual author is)

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Oddly copy/paste does not work from this site, but it mentions me and MOTAS and other links to lessons plans using games

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This is the blog to accompany the Digital Play Escape the Room presentation by Graham Stanley

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This is the slideshow that graham presented at braztesol10 where he linked to a number of interesting escape the room games and showed how they (with walkthroughs) can be used in language development

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How schools are using game-creation technology to teach critical skillsMore schools are teaching students important skills by allowing them to create digital games. The online game-creation platform Gamestar Mechanic, which is designed to build curriculum-aligned skills, is now being used in 800 schools as a learning tool. "When students make a game they have to model the system and have a deeper mastery of the subject. It's a deeper learning experience," said Alan Gershenfeld, president of E-Line Media, the developer of Gamestar Mechanic. "The process also incorporates 21st century skills

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Matt Thompson ... is the Chief Storyteller and Education Program Officer for Mozilla Drumbeat, a Mozilla Foundation project that brings open web tools and thinking to areas like education, media, science and the arts. Current projects include Learning, Freedom and the Web, the School of Webcraft, Peer 2 Peer University, Hackasaurus and various other open education, media and digital literacy projects with partners that include the MacArthur Foundation and Knight Foundation.
Before joining Mozilla, Matt worked on media reform and open internet campaigns, winning a 2007 Webby Award for his work with SavetheInternet.com. Based in Toronto, Matt is a former CBC radio producer and has been a guest speaker at McGill University, the Library of Congress and the London School of Economics. He is a board member for the Toronto Awesome Foundation and is a huge Marshall McLuhan geek. His work has been smeared by Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck.

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When writing the whitepaper about Casual games, I did a fair bit of research and looked at several hundred web links. While doing so, I documented a few of the better ones. I’d been mulling posting these to the blog. So here they are – a Top 100 Learning Game Resource list. If you are already developing learning games, these links will broaden your horizons, as they did mine. If you are contemplating beginning – it might help to look at links that interest you to get some grounding ideas.

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This link came up during a conversation in SL July 24, 2011 as an example of games for educational purposes.  On the site it says:

 "Afterschool Server Tour
I recently posted videos showing off student creations from my two afterschool classes.  The 90 minute classes met once per week for 10 weeks.  While I would occasionally have an activity or a building project planned, I generally allowed the students to play the game however they wished."

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