Should teachers blend game-based and problem-based learning?

07/23/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

For educators focused on 21st-century learning, Derek Luebbe, a high-school principal at the American International School of Budapest, finds potential in a blend of game-based and problem-based learning. In this blog post, he writes that teachers should combine the strong assets of GBL and PBL to create new learning environments that enable students to develop solutions, individualize learning and assessment, respect social learning and simulate real-world situations.

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