The Power of Play
Game Pedagogy and Engaged Learning
Keywords:Game pedagogy, Content literacy, Critical thinking, Community, Board games, Simulation
It is challenging to balance content delivery while also inspiring student engagement. This article discusses how instructors in secondary and higher education settings can equip students with content knowledge, improve critical reading and communications skills, and help them engage with one another by using story cubes and role-playing games. It also addresses the academic benefits of game pedagogies in liberal arts classrooms.
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