I’ve been thinking a lot about the power of choice in education and how empowering it can be to give students a say in their learning. It just recently dawned on me that I really should extend this idea to creating resources for teachers as well. This comes from a growing desire to use this blog as not just a space to discuss theory, but also a place to explore the practice of Game-based learning. I don’t want to just TALK about gamification and choice, I want to DO it.
So here goes.
This is an experiment that might not work out, but I’d love to see what comes of it. I’m going to try and give people a more direct say over what I create. Yes, that means you!
If you like the kind of things that I make but want a particular something, this is your chance to have a say in my creative process and steer the ship a little. I’ve put down some ideas I have been thinking about, but feel free to add your ideas.
And if your idea gets some support you might just find it gets created! 😛
Click HERE to have your say!
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