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January 2018

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Student's performance in math and science down

Students’ math and science performance has worsened in the EU since 2012, according to the 2017 Education and Training Monitor. The European Council’s call in December for an evaluation of the need for a more innovation-driven approach to education does not come a minute too late. More in this Scientix article.

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ARTé: Mecenas™ wins two awards

ARTé: Mecenas continues to be showered with awards!  The game won a European Serious Games Award in the Business Category from the Serious Games Society in Lisbon, Portugal and earned an Innovation Award at the I/ITSEC conference in Orlando, FL.  More in this article. Earlier the game won a Silver Award in the International Serious Play Awards.

 

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How to successfully implement learning games in the classroom 

Bringing change to education is a mighty challenge. No matter how effective an educational strategy proves to be, there are numerous obstacles that stand in the way of its widespread adoption in classrooms. In addition to convincing policymakers and educational leaders that video games can serve as powerful educational tools, many educators are unsure of how to integrate games into their curriculum, whether they’re teaching in primary schools, secondary schools or universities.  

While game-based learning invariably yields educational benefits, some strategies are better than others. Here are two effective approaches to game-based learning that we strongly recommend.

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Student testimonial

“We basically forgot we were taking a lesson in mathematics. At the end of the day the game had made us obtain an easy and fast understanding of calculus and more importantly was so engaging that it made us want to keep on playing.”

From Nikiforakis George who tested Variant: Limits as part of the STEM Ahead Competition.

Successful OEB 2017

Triseum looks back at a successful OEB with a great many interested visitors at the booth and no less than 112 people who attended the panel discussion on game-based learning. This short video offers a glimpse of the conference for those who could not make it. We hope to see you back at OEB later this year and look forward to many more game-based learning conversations and presentations.

 

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