Sociocultural Contexts of Game-Based Learning

A response paper for the National Academy of Science’s Committee on Learning Science: Computer Games, Simulations, and Education. In order to understand how games and simulations can support informal science learning, it’s crucial to appreciate the specific social, cultural, infrastructural, and economic contexts that structure gaming and software-centered play in homes, gaming communities, and everyday …

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