Game-Based and Interactive Learning

There are free game-based learning resources that can help and make our work as educators a little less challenging. We know our students have different learning styles and what works for one will not work for all. Learn More……

Game-Based Learning for Early Education

What is game-based teaching and learning?

The concept of game-based teaching and learning is really simple and to the point: Game-based Teaching and Learning is a fun way of teaching and learning. This allows both the teacher and the students to enjoy themselves while the process of learning takes place.

Interactive Teaching and Learning taking place.

There are many features of Game-based Teaching and Learning (GBL), these include:

  • The uses of competitive exercises which challenge students to be better learners as well as to compete with each other. Games often times engage players in learning activities through a story line using one or more fantasy elements..
  • It provides the motivation students need to learn more effectively by means of lesson engagement. Game-based learning encourages students to to learn from their mistakes. Giving them unlimited do overs, not stopping until the game is over or they have mastered the level. This…

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Published by Elorine

Dedicated Early Childhood and Primary Educator, who strive to empower students to be creative self-directed learners, using education to ignite the fire within themselves and others. Experience in establishing and fostering friendly, understanding agreement between students, parents and teachers that matures into prosperous lasting relationships. Acknowledging God; as the fountain and source of all knowledge.

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