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Collaborative learning simulations for training in public and private sector.
Collaborative learning simulations for training in public and private sector.

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Behavioural Leadership - Organisation Development via Games Based Learning
We have written on this blog for a while. Sorry about that folks. The main reason has been the work that we have been doing on a new venture - Behavioural Leadership . Behavioural Leadership utilises the latest research into people-centred management using ...

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eLearning Manifesto - 20 Supporting Principles
The Key to Success? "We believe that learning technology offers the possibility for creating uniquely valuable learning experiences. We also believe, with a sense of sadness and profound frustration, that most elearning fails to live up to its promise. We f...

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How Google Glass Could be Used in Education - An Infographic
Hello again after my short break from blogging!  I am afraid I was very busy sitting my final year university exams (and am pleased to say I achieved a first class honours) and then I travelled to Brazil for the World Cup.  I thought I'd share this fantasti...

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Games for Health
Carrot not stick. Almost a year ago, I wrote an article called ‘ Games Based Healing ’ which featured games that help people learn about illnesses, how to self-heal and more through games.  This article featured games to help those with dementia, autism, cy...

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Is Games Based Learning the Solution to Student Engagement?
I recently came across an article from Edutopia entitled, ‘Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement’.  The article is a teacher’s summary of 220 students’ responses when asked what engages them.  Interestingly, they could mostly be answered, if only in part, by...

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The Future of Games in Education Infographic
This week, I just wanted to showcase a fantastic infographic from GameSalad full of stats about why games are fantastic learning tools right now and why they will continue to be in the future.  I think it speaks for itself. For the larger, original, please ...

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Games Based Learning – A Danish Experience
Recently, I was lucky to be invited to Aarhus in Denmark by the British Embassy Copenhagen / UKTI (UK Trade & Investment) to exhibit and network at the Knowledge is Great Conference. The conference was an opportunity for British and Danish companies along w...

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Education Revolution: 5 Pieces of Inspiration
I hope it is evident from our previous articles that we think the current education system is outdated and flawed.  It has its merits, but it is also has huge problems and is leaving many children ill-equipped and disenfranchised.  I have selected five piec...
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