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    • Tony Cairns

      Tony Cairns

      I learn, I sleep, I teach. and latterly I walk a lot

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      • Anne-Louise Robertson

        Connecting Gadgets with the curriculum

        So, there are heaps of shiny, whirly, techie, apps, robots etc. and they are fun to play with BUT - how might they fit into your curriculum area and level?  Please share how you think you (or people you know) might use them, or have already used them to meet the aims of the curr...

        Tags: learner agency, student voice, learning, choice, computational thinking, robotics, DT & HM, VR, AR, DDDO

        • Robin Hughes

          Robin Hughes

          I am interested in Games For Change and Gameful Learning I run a Game Development Studio that offers Extended Reality Courses in Game Development and soon Curriculum experiences in XR. We also make Promo and Training games. I believe in using the best tool for the job. Using digital and non...

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Games for Change, Gameful Learning, XR, VR, AR, MR, Teaching, Training

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