How to Make Use of Educational Games

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Author (s): Lynne Allery

An educational game is a specific learning tool which requires learners to engage in some form of competitive activity undertaken within in a set of predefined rules. Educational games make use of appropriate applications of educational principles to inform and underpin them and can be highly effective novel ways to promoting learning.

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