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September 28, 2009

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Daniel Livingstone

A great overview of GBL in Scottish schools Ollie - and a fantastic set of resources in those links too!

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Thanks for the great and fantastic set of resources. Actually, I'm really looking for some video games which will be very helpful for my child development especially those games you've mentioned above that requires critical thinking, puzzle solving, etc.

Sarah Peacock

Hi Ollie, I work for a Sheffield based City Learning Centre and we're currently working on embedding computer games technologies in our partnership primaries. We've had success so far in using Endless Ocean thanks to LTS. Do you or anybody have any ideas for Wii based games on the topic of 'out and about' i.e. plants, environments etc in KS1? I'm currently looking at Sim Animals (as mentionned on the Consolarium site).

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Hi...
Thanks for to give information. It is great and fantastic set of resources. It is very helpful. I inspire your information. Thank you so much...

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Game based learning is really a fascinating way of learning. Brain based learning and computer game based learning contributes a lot in developing a child's brain and intellect.

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Thanks for providing the various computer games sites. All the sites are exclusive and really relevant.

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