Gaming in education has traditionally belonged to the K-12 sphere, but in recent years higher education has taken a vested interest in this learning approach, from taking a game-based approach in classrooms to ensuring future educators learn the merits of it.
- In recent years, gaming has gained momentum in higher education
- Research indicates it is a viable learning approach, with faculty gamifying lessons and student teachers learning how to use the approach with future students
- MIT, Penn State, and UC Irvine are all among schools leveraging game-based learning
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