#sschat April 13, 2015

Discussing Games-Based learning with other Social Science teaches


  1. Some of the games listed by Mr. Farber in this list are very nice and I'm using one in my DCP.
  2. All right. Onto the questions.
  3. Both good points. Fun is important and ties into engagement, which is critical. Strategy and teamwork are also key components to using games in the classroom. I would also include competition. Kids want to win.
  4. These are both resources that I have bookmarked for the future,
  5. This is an interesting idea, though we've been told that homework is bad and that most non-AP students in this age won't do it when there are so many other things they could do.