Mathias Poulsen » Blog Archive » New to games & learning? I keep writing about how I perceive and work with games in education. If you are new to the field, however, there are far better ways to get up to speed. Why not listen to the worlds’ finest experts across research and practice? I always try to do that, and now I’ve attempted to aggregate some of the best videos from around the web & world, where truly inspiring and passionate people are introducing their perspectives on games & learning. Each video is accompanied by a few of the most relevant links as well as a brief introduction, yet I don’t want to take too much focus away from the actual videos; they’re what matters in this post. Sit back, watch ‘em all in a row, or come back later. There’s food for thought to keep you going for several days, I suppose. Enjoy. If there’s one person who really must be considered absolutely central to the field of games and learning, it’s James Paul Gee. Here’s David in an enlightening conversation with Gee:
Channel N: Brain and behavior videos All About World Bipolar Day By Sandra Kiume For World Bipolar Day on March 30, 2014, Matthew McKenzie of London, England created a video to celebrate and inform. Continue reading… » High Tech Suicide Prevention Two suicide prevention advocates from Grassroots Suicide Prevention talk about developments in e-health, including search engines, smartphones, and social media. They discuss search engine optimization for the term “I want to kill myself,” and how Apple has improved the Siri interface after user feedback. The interesting thing about all those methods is that they simply provide a phone hotline number to the suicidal person, which they must then phone. As technology develops, suicide prevention must adapt to new platforms. Learning to Accept Yourself with Self-Kindness An interview with Kristin Neff on the definition and practice of self-kindness. Continue reading… » A Simple Guide to Helping a Suicidal Person Brains, Minds, and Institutions Continue reading… » Young Woman Attacks Panic
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