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Are teachers worried that game based learning is more of an entertainment than learning?

Seeking Opinion Gaming , Toys & Gadgets , Education 4 years ago
Chanda Gohrani admin
Chanda Gohrani
Social media manager of Quib.ly
London, GB

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Roberto Catanuto expert
Roberto Catanuto Teacher, Club Instructor CH
Education expert

Honestly, there are so many teachers in the world, some of them might actually be worried about the point you raise. I'd better translate "worried" as "not trained". Sometimes, we're worried about new situations that come into our lives and are gonna change the way we live/think/relate etc. But today's technologies are so widespread that most of the teachers are ready to embrace the movement and simply need to rejuvenate their learning and give a makeover to their classes.

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Opinion 4 years ago
Francesco admin
Francesco Founder @ Quib.ly London, GB

I would argue that as far as children are learning then it does not really matter whether it is game-based or else. We should start focusing on the objectives (what do we want our children to learn and are we achieving this goal) rather than on the tactics/tools.

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