I found an interesting article on new teaching techniques at the "Institute of Play" in New York
New York's Institute of Play has officially announced the foundation of Quest to Learn, a new school for "digital kids" that will be accepting its first 6th grade class this fall, which "uses the underlying design principles of games to create highly immersive, game-like learning experiences for students."
It's fascinating to watch the principles of "Play Learning" maturing with technology.
They're also hiring teachers : LINK
Many moons ago, I recall a space invaders game at my school for learning multiplication, addition, and subtraction. I remember how profound the idea was at the time.
Tell us, how do you learn best?
Is it in a classroom, or a virtual classroom with avatars?
Do you prefer flashcards, or a game that incorporates those facts/figures into a learning exercise?
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