Tag: reflection

Games and Learning: Final Reflection

As I close out the last semester of my graduate program, I reflect. My Games and Learning course forced me to face something I’ve always hated. Today, I still don’t particularly like games though “hate” might be a little strong. The past fourteen weeks have challenged me to think differently about games, their design, the people who play them, and,… Read more →

How Much do you Hate Fun? A Reflection on Games and Learning

A little over a month ago, I wrote the post, I Hate Games: An Introduction to History of Play. Since then, I’ve been reading, writing, and thinking about games everyday. Some days I’m heads down trying to make sense of academic papers. Other days I’m reading tweets, commenting on peer blog posts or playing in my new affinity space, Photoblog.… Read more →

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