November Newsletter: We’re back!

A Newsletter for Teachers, Parents, and LibrariansNovember, 2014

Feature Articles

8th Annual Young Inventor Challenge

by Julie Blake

This year’s Young Inventor Challenge promises to be the best one yet, with Spin Master lined up to deliver a live toy invention challenge and prizes that will surely be on the top of every Christmas wish list.

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The Most Important 15 Minutes in my Class

by Ryan Sturm

What are the most important fifteen minutes in your classroom? How do you fill them? Teacher Ryan Sturm checks in this month with his advice.

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Digital vs. Face-to-Face

by Reisa Schwartzman

What are the effects of digital exposure on kids? The average kid is spending more than four and half hours a day in front of their smartphone, television and other digital screens. What if these devices were turned off? What would be the consequences?

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Around the Web

Imaginative Playgrounds

Do you remember the old hollow metal tubes that playgrounds used to be made out of? Things have changed – a lot.

Check it out!

The Toughest Course to Teach with a Game?

If you’re looking for a case study proving that games can help with any kind of course, this is probably it.

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Professional Skills from Board Games

We all have our favourite board games. In this article, Kurt Heinrich takes a look at how some of these games can have a powerful impact on your career.

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Have an Idea for a Story?

Let Us Know!

We’re always on the lookout for good stories, whether they’re game reviews, or ways teachers or parents can use games, or even discussions of the educational benefits of games.


If there’s something specific you’d like us to write about, let us know! This newsletter is all for you, after all. Why not let us know what you are interested in?

We’re Back!

After months of technical problems and distractions, we’re back online.

Thanks to everyone for their support and encouragement.

We’ve launched a whole new web site, one that will not only work on browsers, tablets, and phones, but will also have much better support for images.




Have you seen the Games in Libraries and Schools podcast?

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