Thursday, July 23, 2009

The state of educational games

Dangerously Irrelevant: Do most educational games suck?
Do most educational games suck?

Since my preview of Conspiracy Code: U.S. History at NECC, I’ve been thinking again about educational games…

Here are a bunch of screen shots of different online games for learning. I found them by typing into Google variations of learning games, educational games, learning games high school, educational games middle school, and so on. Most of these appear to be aimed at kids of middle or high school age.

1 comment:

Jon Aleckson said...

Have you seen the new report:

A new research report - How are Digital Games Used in Schools has just been released by a group called European Schoolnet, a consortium of 31 ministries of education in Europe. This study was sponsored by the Interactive Software Federation of Europe , representing companies in the interactive software industry.-- from GLS list serve- Professor Halverson.