Using games to improve the education of autistic kids

Educating children on the autistic spectrum has its own set of particular challenges. According to this article, scientists are looking at how games can help. Click here to read more!

Simon Says Don't Use Flashcards

Parents who want to stimulate their children’s brain development often focus on things like early reading, flashcards and language tapes. But a growing body of research suggests that playing certain kinds of childhood games may be the best way to in{jcomments on}crease a child’s ability to do well in school. Click here to read more!

Games in Schools and Libraries: Episode 3

In this episode of Games in Schools and Libraries Giles and Don talk about different characteristics that are worth considering when choosing games for a school or library environment. {jcomments on}

Games in Schools and Libraries: Episode 1

In this episode Giles and Don talk about the history of board games, as well as introduce some of the things they will be discussing in the Games and Schools and Libraries show. 

August 2012 Newsletter: Get Active

August's newsletter is all about getting active, with great tips for parents and teachers alike.


New Podcast Launched!

Hey everyone, I'm thrilled to announce the launch of a new podcast hosted by Giles Pritchard and Donald Dennis!

It's called Games in Schools and Libraries, and it's all about, well, using games in libraries and schools. You can find it on the Multimedia menu above, or just by clicking here. Enjoy!{jcomments on}

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