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Marín, Veronica; López, Magdalena; Maldonado, Guadalupe – Digital Education Review, 2015
Training through gamification is everyday a more evident reality in Primary Education classes. The teachers' view about this has been modified as it is shown in the study published by aDeSe in 2012. However, does it really have place in the students' curricular development in the primary education stage? For the sake of responding to this…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Video Games, Primary Education, Curriculum Development
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Muñoz González, Juan Manuel; Rubio García, Sebastián; Cruz Pichardo, Ivanovna M. – Digital Education Review, 2015
At the present time, the use of video games goes beyond mere amusement or entertainment due to its potential for developing capacities, dexterity and skills. Thus, video games have extended to environments like that of education, serving as didactic resources within dynamics that respond to the interests and necessities of the 21st century…
Descriptors: Video Games, Classroom Environment, Classroom Techniques, Cooperative Learning
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Agudo, J. Enrique; Rico, Mercedes; Sánchez, Héctor – Digital Education Review, 2015
Based on the assumption that educational software addressing Primary school learners must comprise a set of features to encourage children's creativity and development, the appropriate design of second language hypermedia adaptive games for Primary School children can pose a wide range of challenges both for the language teacher and computer…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Education, Hypermedia, Web Based Instruction
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Frossard, Frederique; Barajas, Mario; Trifonova, Anna – Digital Education Review, 2012
This study presents an innovative pedagogical approach where teachers become game designers and engage in creative teaching practices. Within co-design training workshops, 21 Spanish primary and secondary school teachers have developed their own Game-Based Learning (GBL) scenarios, especially tailored to their teaching contexts and students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Creativity, Secondary School Teachers, Creative Teaching