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Resonant Games: Design Principles for Learning Games that Connect Hearts, Minds, and the Everyday


reviewed by Joseph Runciman & Qing Li - March 29, 2019

coverTitle: Resonant Games: Design Principles for Learning Games that Connect Hearts, Minds, and the Everyday
Author(s): Eric Klopfer, Jason Haas, Scot Osterweil, & Louisa Rosenheck
Publisher: MIT Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0262037807, Pages: 272, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 29, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22734, Date Accessed: 11/17/2019 6:01:42 PM

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  • Joseph Runciman
    Towson University
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    JOSEPH RUNCIMAN is currently pursuing his doctorate in Instructional Technology at Towson University. His research interests are game-based learning, educational game design, and professional development. Professionally, Joseph is an instructional designer, online course developer, and a multimedia design instructor.
  • Qing Li
    Towson University
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    QING LI received her PhD from the University of Toronto (2001) and is a professor in College of Education at Towson University. She is the author/co-editor of two books and has over 75 scholarly publications in peer-reviewed journals and books. She has been carrying out original research funded by over 25 grants, including several federal grants, from a wide variety of funding sources in US, Canada and Europe. She was a visiting scholar at MIT in 2009 and at University of Idaho in 2006.
 
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