Tag: games

Playful practice: come along and share your ideas!

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Have you developed a game for use with students on your course? Do you use usual or creative approaches for engaging people in workshops that you run or perhaps when trying to get your team to collaborate? Or perhaps you would just like to find out more about how to try out these approaches? Come…Continue Reading Playful practice: come along and share your ideas!

MozFest 2019: some reflections on games based learning

A few weekends ago I found myself at Ravensbourne College on a Saturday, which is the site of the O2 in North Greenwich. No I wasn’t seeing John Legend in concert (he was playing!), this was the second time I was attending MozFest which is run by the Mozilla Foundation (who created the web browser…Continue Reading MozFest 2019: some reflections on games based learning

Health’s got talent: Games with aims

  This blog is a review of the work we presented at the Health’s Got Talent event in May 2015. This year we gave an overview of the way games and simulation were used within the ultrasound programme and were fortunate to be awarded the “gold award” for teaching innovation. This blog gives an insight into…Continue Reading Health’s got talent: Games with aims