Really Awesome… “Getting students to create their own games gives students an opportunity to use skills they are already acquiring – mathematics and analytical skills, creative writing and artistic skills – and put them to use in a ‘real world’ and really awesome fashion!” Do you agree or disagree with Scullion’s submission that creating games […]
Discussion: Creating Video Games in the Classroom
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- Creating Video Games in the Classroom or Mario & Luigi – take your seats please! by Ronnie Scullion
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Do you agree with Scullion’s analogy… ? “Students introduced to literature will soon develop the skills to craft their own stories.” “Why then shouldn’t it follow that children and youth introduced to video games will soon develop the skills to craft their own games?”
It can be hard to imagine …how children perceive the world. Particularly for some of us “digital immigrants”. Can you comment on Scullion’s statement: It makes me wonder about our children’s experience of literature and life when so many parts of it have become digitized. Do you think it is beyond our personal experience to truly […]