Diverse learners demonstrate engagement and creativity when introduced to interactive, tech-based learning tools through the game jam model of exploration.
One of the cool features in this article was a board game called Robot Turtles. This game is for 3-5-year-olds and it teaches the basic concepts of coding. For clinicians, this is a great way to get students to collaborate and use decision-making skills, working together on a common goal which is to move their pawn to the prize gem. We all know games are a great way to improve on so many social-emotional learning skills. Check out the following video clips about Robot Turtles. This game is a great way to connect with the coding craze that is going on in the educational technology domain. Code On!
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