4PEG in Action
This section provides a detailed analysis of several games using the model described up to this point. For each game, I outline the more general analysis as described in Evaluating Games, and then proceed to a more detailed analysis of the learning potential using the Magic Bullet model.
KeywordsInstructional Design Lesson Plan Instructional Strategy Teacher Support Educational Content
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