Student Videogame Development

T.H.E. Journal has an article up about student developed videogames:

Getting Started With Videogame Development

Here’s the introduction to the article:

In the first segment in this series, we covered the pedagogy behind student videogame development.  We addressed how learning as doing, collaborative & peer learning, tutoring, ownership, and publication are critical components to game development.  We also addressed benefits of videogame making, including content area knowledge acquisition, students as producers of information, and the potential of game-making for encouraging STEM-related careers for women and minorities.”

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