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e-Learning Update 63 Cover

The cover of the Special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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ELU 63 Editorial and Contents

The editorial and Contents of this special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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ELU 63 News

The news of this special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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Inspiring Young Game Designers

BAFTA has taken a leading role for inspiring young people to engage with the wider creative process of game design and development. Tim Hunter, Director of Learning and New Talent for BAFTA, reports on its recent successes. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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Gaming the Curriculum with Minecraft

Games and learning scholar Seann Dikkers sits down with teachers who use Minecraft in their classroom to learn about how innovative teachers think and design. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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Digital Doorways Unlocking Scientific Potential

Becky Sage shows how new technology is bringing interdisciplinary and creative thinking to the science classroom, opening up new opportunities for students to use their imaginations and make connections. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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Making Science Social

Kane Chapman, science teacher at Peacehaven Community School in East Sussex, has found social media channels are boosting students’ interest and understanding of his subject. He began by using Twitter to showcase exemplary pieces of his students’ work and is now pioneering Snapchat, the mobile image and messaging app, as a revision tool. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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Data Detectives

Solving crimes can be a good way for students to learn about databases. Nick Packard shows how to prompt students to come to fact-based conclusions. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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