A series of posts aimed at helping educators (and all others interested) with using video games for educational means.

Press Start: Playing Video Games to Learn

Despite being associated with such words as “aggression,” “violence,” and “sexism,” video games have found their way into elementary, secondary, and even college classrooms (for many good reasons). Some games are certainly … Continue reading Press Start: Playing Video Games to Learn

Press Start: Literacy, Comprehension, and Transfer

During the previous semester, I found “Video Games, Reading, and Transmedial Comprehension,” by Brock Dubbels and attended a colloquium event at my university that addressed how students’ might transfer their … Continue reading Press Start: Literacy, Comprehension, and Transfer