Inspiring, Engaging and Motivating Students from Ages 10 to 21+
Games based learning in education fits within the wider wave of gamification. At
games-ED, we provide innovative, teacher-led collaborative games based learning.
Our games support: subject understanding; personal, learning & thinking skills;
and cross curriculum dimensions. They support multiple learning styles and build
on the principle that learning can be fun. The games are easy to deliver and provide
interactive / experiential learning that promotes collaboration, enables problem
solving and accelerates learning.
Our current games based learning covers young people’s issues, sustainable development
and climate change and support learning in primary schools, secondary schools and
colleges / universities. To accommodate learners of different ages the learning games
can be played at varying levels and supported with different activities.
games-ED exercises are played collaboratively. The students are split into teams,
take on different roles in a simulation and collectively make improvements. The games
are supported with additional activities that reflect on the learning and stretch
The learning game can be run in a timetable slot, or can be extended for use in an
event / thematic day.
Our Games Based Learning Portfolio
games-ED products are built on firm foundations. In fact, they are built on successful
learning simulations from pixelfountain, where they have been delivered to adults
and young people in over 450 workshops.
The Climate Game
Young People First
I think pupils gained experiences they could not have encountered elsewhere.
The games can be delivered entirely by school/college staff. Alternatively, we can
come in and deliver a session for you. Further down the line, students who are experienced
in the game can deliver to others.
The games are easy to deliver with inbuilt help and are supplied with pdfs of teaching
guide, worksheets and materials.
Licencees of our games also get access to our community pages where they can access
tips on delivering games based learning and find teaching resources to use in lessons.
Click here to find out more.
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