When play happens while learning it creates a context in which information, ideas and passions grow.
This book is essential reading not only for educators, but for anyone who hopes to thrive in the 21st century.
Would definitely recommend to anyone even remotely interested in learning, education, the digital future.
The book was good but only offers ideas. Focuses on collaboration and backs up theories by stories. Douglas Thomas presents good theories on where the future of learning might be... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise
AUTHORS PROVIDE a good foundation for change of our educational system in the new age of social media, electronic gaming, and the abundance of changing «knowledge» . Read morePublished 5 months ago by Merry Edmondson,Ed.D.
Very informative and relevant information for any educator. I think all teachers and administrators should have to read this book.Published 5 months ago by Daniel Reyes
Authors of this caliber should be ashamed to publish a book without an index. The content is right on target. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BJ
The book was absolutely brand new looking with no marks on it! Recommended to anyone who needs to purchase this book :)Published 6 months ago by Jenny Thao
Even if you are retired you need to read this- you cannot stop learning or teaching- the brain needs to be fed--figure out what makes it hungry and feed it. It is not leftovers!Published 13 months ago by hatjes
Seely Brown and Thomas hit the nail on the head when they talk about knowledge in the context of education: "In the twenty-first century... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Corrie Campbell
I thoroughly enjoyed the simple and succint style of presenting information in this book! No end to learning, great to see the support for continuous learning and the need to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dulcie Nia