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A Rating Tool for Sharing Experiences with Serious Games
Maurice Hendrix; Per Backlund; Boris Vampula
International Journal of Game-Based Learning Vol. 4, No. 4 (October 2014) pp. 1–18
The potential of Computer Games for non-entertainment purposes, such as education, is well established. A wide variety of games have been developed for the educational market, covering subjects such as mathematics and languages. However, while a...
GRAPPLE: Personalization and Adaptation in Learning Management Systems
Paul De Bra; David Smits; Kees van der Sluijs; Alexandra Cristea; Maurice Hendrix
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2010 (Jun 29, 2010) pp. 3029–3038
Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai and Claroline focus on supporting the learning process at a fairly global level of courses and tests. Recent additions focus on interaction (discussion forums, chat rooms and wikis)....
Providing Career Guidance to Adolescents through Digital Games: A Case Study
Ian Dunwell; Petros Lameras; Sara de Freitas; Panos Petridis; Maurice Hendrix; Sylvester Arnab; Kam Star
International Journal of Game-Based Learning Vol. 4, No. 4 (October 2014) pp. 58–70
In an evolving global workplace, it is increasingly important for graduates and school-leavers to possess an understanding of the job market, their relevant skills, and career progression paths. However, both the marketplace and career paths are...
The development approach of a pedagogically-driven serious game to support Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) within a classroom setting
Sylvester Arnab; Katherine Brown; Samantha Clarke; Ian Dunwell; Theodore Lim; Neil Suttie; Sandy Louchart; Maurice Hendrix; Sara de Freitas
Computers & Education Vol. 69, No. 1 (November 2013) pp. 15–30
Didactic approaches to Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) have been shown to yield limited outcomes when compared to approaches that stimulate peer discussion and debate. Creating effective interventions, which stimulate peer involvement, remains ...