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Boisegamer2001
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My father and I are trying to start up communication about games (specifically two person abstract strategy games) and how they help students, if any of you would like to comment in our blog to foster communication and increase out our limited know-how that would be great: http://www.livejournal.com/users/gamecrossing/

Thanks for your help,
BG2001

VeritasGames
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Games and Education

I think the current Games Quarterly mag is about Games and Education. Worth a look.

Boisegamer2001
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Games and Education

Thanks for the input, VeritasGames! The Games Quarterly mag has lots of information on this topic.

There is a new entry posted, tell me what you all think.

BG2001

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Games and Education

We are continuing the blog about teaching board games to students at http://www.livejournal.com/users/gamecrossing/

2 new entries have been added, one on the components of a game, and another on what to learn from games.

I appreciate your comments, and welcome more.

BG2001

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Games and Education

The thread:
http://www.bgdf.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=3233&highli...
got me thinking about how have the classic minds defined art, so I blogged about it at
livejournal.com/users/gamecrossing

Tell me what you think,
BG2001

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