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Top 10 Lists…

There’s been a series of games based learning lists that have come out over the last two weeks.

Twitter Feeds for Educational Gaming http://www.onlineuniversities.com/blog/2012/08/50-best-twitter-feeds-follow-educational-gaming/

Blogs about Game Based Learning 20 best learning blogs http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ukhe/archive/2012/08/20/the-20-best-blogs-about-game-based-learning.aspx

Educators Blogging about Gamifying Learning http://classroom-aid.com/2012/08/23/join-the-journey-of-12-educator-bloggers-gamifying-learning/

Communities for Educators of Game Based Learning. http://classroom-aid.com/2012/08/15/top-10-online-communities-for-educators-of-game-based-learning/

So for the Games MOOC tweetchat on Wednesday, August 29th - #gamemooc
9 pm ET/7 pm MT (Denver).

The topic will be wrapping up Connected Educator Month – Games Based Learning and Virtual Worlds:
Who do you follow? What do you read? And where do you get your resources?

So let’s see what the twitterverse has to say!

GAMEMOOC TweetChat

 

One Response to “Top 10 Lists…”

  1. Play and Learn Weekly Sep.1st, 2012 | Classroom Aid Says:

    [...] Top 10 Lists…(about Game-based learning) from Center4Edupunx (A Guild of Educators) Edupunk is really the DIY movement in teaching. Rather than relying on whatever learning management system their school subscribes to and e-paks from the publisher, edupunk educators go out to the blogosphere, the metaverse or into a MMORPG to find what will engage their students. It is an attitude about teaching that involves creativity, whimsy, Web 2.0 and a very limited budget. [...]