To do is to be
To be is to do
So Do We?
It is just good teaching
Games taught me that modeling environments and taking on the roles are powerful ways to teach and learn.
Piaget talked about roles as assimilation. You try on the role and see what part of the character is you.
Gibson talked about environment and context, with affordances and constraints. What the world gives you for advice, warning, limitation, and opportunity.
These ideas are present in embodiment and how we might contextualize our curriculum as an activity system.
One of the big lessons from games is design. Good learning is by design. A teacher, like a game designer creates the environment where we learn.Read More