Math, Science, History: Games Break Boundaries Between Subjects

June 26, 2014
Jordan Shapiro
Instructor, Administrator, Tech Coordinator
Project Learn School
Philadelphia, PA
CATEGORIES In the Classroom

Game-based learning forces students to apply knowledge in a contextualized way; it creates an interdisciplinary learning experience where subject-specific knowledge is used in a context that requires diverse applications. The borders between disciplines become fuzzy and ambiguous.
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The MindShift Guide to Games and Learning is made possible through the generous support of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center and is a project of the Games and Learning Publishing Council, of which Common Sense Media is a member. This article is excerpted by permission.