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Gaming

Today's discussion and activity has forced me to look at gaming with a different set of eyes. I have always believed that our students are very different than students from past generations. Games have a lot of potential for helping educators understand how to motivate students to learn and help them transfer it to real world experiences and living. Yet, there aren't any good games that can be easily adaptive to todays curriculum.

Today's activity forced us to think about what occurs in education verses gaming. Yet, I couldn't make all of the connects because I lacked the interpretation of some of the principals.