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You may be wondering, why bring games and play into learning? Is it really a good idea? We often think of play as something children should do outside the classroom, just for fun. But games are used in the classroom too. Teachers use games for a fun start to the lesson, to practice vocabulary and grammar, or to practice language in ‘real-world’ situations through role-play. Our research shows that with the use of games, children of all ages have better engagement, participation, achievement and recall of their learning. 

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11/29/2022 1:53 PM , Persephone 说:

You may be wondering, why bring games and play into learning? Is it really a good idea? We often think of play as something children should do outside the classroom, just for fun. But games are used in the classroom too. Teachers use games for a fun start to the lesson, to practice vocabulary and grammar, or to practice language in ‘real-world’ situations through role-play. Our research shows that with the use of games, children of all ages have better engagement, participation, achievement and recall of their learning. 


Absolutely love the idea of bringing games into learning at K8 Casino! 🎮 🎮

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11/29/2022 1:53 PM , Persephone 说:

You may be wondering, why bring games and play into learning? Is it really a good idea? We often think of play as something children should do outside the classroom, just for fun. But games are used in the classroom too. Teachers use games for a fun start to the lesson, to practice vocabulary and grammar, or to practice language in ‘real-world’ situations through role-play. Our research shows that with the use of games, children of all ages have better engagement, participation, achievement and recall of their learning. 


Kudos to K8 for incorporating games into learning! It's not just about fun; it's about better engagement and understanding.

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On 11/29/2022 at 1:53 PM, Persephone said:

You may be wondering, why bring games and play into learning? Is it really a good idea? We often think of play as something children should do outside the classroom, just for fun. But games are used in the classroom too. Teachers use games for a fun start to the lesson, to practice vocabulary and grammar, or to practice language in ‘real-world’ situations through role-play. Our research shows that with the use of games, children of all ages have better engagement, participation, achievement and recall of their learning. 


Call me old-fashioned, but games at K8 for learning? I'm not convinced.

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On 11/29/2022 at 1:53 PM, Persephone said:

You may be wondering, why bring games and play into learning? Is it really a good idea? We often think of play as something children should do outside the classroom, just for fun. But games are used in the classroom too. Teachers use games for a fun start to the lesson, to practice vocabulary and grammar, or to practice language in ‘real-world’ situations through role-play. Our research shows that with the use of games, children of all ages have better engagement, participation, achievement and recall of their learning. 


🙌 Big fan of the idea to use games at K8 for learning. It's not just about memorizing; it's about truly understanding and enjoying the process.

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