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Eliane Alhadeff
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Editor, Serious Games Market & Serious Games Experts
Editor, Serious Games Market & Serious Games Experts

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#SeriousGames Farber will share findings from his dissertation research, which was expanded to a forthcoming book, Game-Based Learning in Action: How an Expert Affinity Group Teaches with Games (Peter Lang Academic, 2017). The book is about how one particular affinity group of K12 educators-known as "The Tribe"- teach with games. It details how classrooms of expert game-based learning teachers functions-from how they rollout games to how they assess learning outcomes.

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#SeriousGames  Farber will share findings from his dissertation research, which was expanded to a forthcoming book, Game-Based Learning in Action: How an Expert Affinity Group Teaches with Games (Peter Lang Academic, 2017). The book is about how one particular affinity group of K12 educators-known as "The Tribe"- teach with games. It details how classrooms of expert game-based learning teachers functions-from how they rollout games to how they assess learning outcomes.

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#SeriousGames Founded in 2007, Applio Limited is on a mission to change the way organizations utilize Game Based Learning and is working in a number of industries to create a library of games.

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#SeriousGames Founded in 2007, Applio Limited is on a mission to change the way organizations utilize Game Based Learning and is working in a number of industries to create a library of games.

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The Financial Times posted earlier this week an interesting article authored by Helen Barrett. Titled Business Schools Take A Playful Approach To Leadership - From kidnaps to oil rig disasters, Serious Games are helping to train executives, the article is nurtured by the belief that “What the modern employer wants from cutting-edge business schools is less talk and more action” and out of which we have excerpted the following particulars:

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The Financial Times posted earlier this week an interesting article authored by Helen Barrett. Titled Business Schools Take A Playful Approach To Leadership - From kidnaps to oil rig disasters, Serious Games are helping to train executives, the article is nurtured by the belief that “What the modern employer wants from cutting-edge business schools is less talk and more action” and out of which we have excerpted the following particulars:

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Michael Sutton, an evolving presence in the field of Game-Based Learning, is acknowledged internationally for blending his executive, teaching, and scholarly experience with his higher education expertise in Serious Games & Simulations.

Michael Sutton’s session at the 2017 Serious Play Conference, Game-based Learning Through Flow and Flow-based Leadership: the FLIGBY Simulation, will outline and illustrate the game-based learning value proposition and cases where it has been applied successfully.

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