Gamefroot gets a worthy mention in the stuff.co.nz website. Read More
Blog – 2 Columns
Tomorrow’s world is in need of more computer programmers, innovators, engineers, and artists than ever before. Right now, preparation for this new world is scarce. This is a massive concern for us. Currently, over 75,000 kids go through Te Papa each year. That is a lot of beautiful young minds that we can have a […]
This blog series from NZCER explores this question by interviewing game-using teachers in NZ schools. Today’s post introduces Andrew, a secondary history teacher whose game-based learning practices are based around board games and role play. Read More
Our friends at New Zealand Transport Authority just published this newsletter on their Game Design Competition for Years 7-13. As you can see in this small teaser both myself and my esteemed colleague Rachel Bolstad from NZCER were asked to contribute some thoughts.