David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 6/1/20

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

Fortnite Virtual Classroom? Online Learning Experiences Your Students Will Want To ‘Streambrag’ About (Updated)

Updated on March 26, 2020. Let’s give a definitive answer to the question that’s on everyones’s mind: Can Fortnite teach a full K-12 curriculum for […]

Staying at home during covid-19: the digital parents guide

This “new normal” we are all finding ourselves faced with as a result of Covid-19 means we need to readdress some of our approaches, mindset, […]

Do Men And ‘Gamers’ Benefit More From VR In Their Learning?

By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally posted at news.elearninginside.com Instruction using Augmented and Virtual Reality (ARVR) has been gaining steam in undergraduate […]

Getting to Know Some Top Esports Games

Esports isn’t coming, it’s already here. And if you are in the midst of starting your own esports program or looking to, one of the […]

Teaching Stranger Danger in a digital world

What is the best way to teach about stranger danger in a digital world? When it comes to our kids hanging out in online spaces, […]

How much screentime is too much? Ask these questions instead

When it comes to our children’s use of the screens the focus for many is to look at issues of overuse and concentrate on ways […]

How to avoid getting scammed online

Nobody likes to get scammed. It can be embarrassing to say the least, expensive and at times devastating and life threatening at its worst. But […]

Playing Video Games: unravelling some common myths

The Interactive and Gaming Network (IGEA) have once again released a report of their research findings on how, why and by whom, video games are […]

Playing Minecraft Boosts Creativity, Says Science

Playing Minecraft Boosts Creativity, Says Science: Next time you hit a creative block, the right...

Playing This Hit Video Game Boosts Creativity, Says Science

Playing This Hit Video Game Boosts Creativity, Says Science: Next time you hit a creative block,...

Video Games are Not Heroin….. what the science really tells us

In a New York Times article from back in 2016, we read the headlines “We now know that those iPads, smartphones and Xbox’s are a […]

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