Mountain Talks Archive: Professor Garrigan

Mountain Talks Archive: Professor Garrigan
Mountain Talks Archive

Recorded Webinar

"Exploring the Potential of Game-Based Learning"



Dr. Scott R. Garrigan (Bio)
Professor of Practice
Lehigh University - College of Education

A decade ago parents and teachers blamed computer games for children’s short attention spans. Today the same adults search for games to engage children in learning more deeply. In this webinar we will explore the powerful potential of game-based learning and how it is used in schools, business, healthcare, and the military.


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Date:  Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (ET)
Location:  Online Web Seminar

"Exploring the Potential of Game-Based Learning"



Dr. Scott R. Garrigan (Bio)
Professor of Practice
Lehigh University - College of Education

A decade ago parents and teachers blamed computer games for children’s short attention spans. Today the same adults search for games to engage children in learning more deeply. In this webinar we will explore the powerful potential of game-based learning and how it is used in schools, business, healthcare, and the military.
Date:  Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (ET)
Location:  Online Web Seminar

"Exploring the Potential of Game-Based Learning"



Dr. Scott R. Garrigan (Bio)
Professor of Practice
Lehigh University - College of Education

A decade ago parents and teachers blamed computer games for children’s short attention spans. Today the same adults search for games to engage children in learning more deeply. In this webinar we will explore the powerful potential of game-based learning and how it is used in schools, business, healthcare, and the military.
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