October 23, 2015
by Campbell
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Learning by Doing with simulations

Been reading a book called Learning by Doing by Clark Aldrich. Even though many of the examples in the book come from industry and the military, his frameworks allow those examples to be translated into higher education. I liked it because it had guidelines for developing and implementing simulations in real-life. I thought I would share with you all my findings. Continue reading

boardgames

May 19, 2015
by Campbell
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Boardgames and me

Some people get it with comic books, some in music shops. I don’t know how to pinpoint it, but there is just something special that I get when I go in to a board game shop versus browsing online. Don’t get me wrong I spend time online looking at games, which I thoroughly enjoy. But it is hard to compare photos of games to actually holding the box in your hands. Continue reading

March 19, 2015
by Campbell
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I.Q. Tests

For those that don’t know, I.Q. means “Intelligence Quotient”, and is a measure of deductive reasoning, as defined by many intellectuals and how they perceive reasoning should be. Hmmm… what if you aren’t an intellectual, or don’t think the way they do? Continue reading