UCEN has put together a whole new kind of game night, bringing all their different gaming clubs together for one great night of gaming! Click here for the story.
Some folks over in Scotland are running a Mind Olympics – talk about a great idea! Why not have a Mind Olympics between schools? How about setting up a challenge – using board games – to get everyone thinking and playing together?
Some teachers in Carroll County displayed some real creative brilliance, incorporating games into their classroom. Click here to read all about it. Talk about a great idea! Their “Math Around the World Day” combined learning about different cultures with building math skills – and the kids had a great time doing it. What a fantastic idea!
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What’s the big deal about games in education? One of the things we’ve learned over the years is that the brain is like a muscle. The more it exercises, the more it can do. In fact, in this study, researchers found that playing board games twice a week increased the brain speed scores of elementary…
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