Project KID DESIGNER: Constructivism at Work through Play
Meridian Volume 1, Number 1, ISSN 1097-9778
Describes KID DESIGNER, a project that emphasizes play as a lifelong learning process by teaching elementary school students how to design their own educational computer games that embed content from subjects studied in the classroom. Topics include constructivism; cooperative learning; project-based activities; prior learning; group dynamics; and empowerment. (LRW)
Rieber, L.P., Luke, N. & Smith, J. (1998). Project KID DESIGNER: Constructivism at Work through Play. Meridian, 1(1), 1-9.
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