Video Snapshots on Bron Stuckey and Me: On Minecraft, Augmented Reality and Digital Learning

Last Friday Bron Stuckey, from Sydney, Australia, led an unconference in association with last week’s Games For Change Festival called the EduGameMeet. We at the Museum were delighted to provide the space for them to hold this no cost, informal, collaborative experience for educators, indie educational game designers and students to explore how the work with games for change and explore their affordances in an educational context.

At the end of the event, Bob Greenberg, who produces The Brainwaves video anthology, interviewed first Bron on Minecraft (and what it means for learning) and then myself (on informal science learning in the digital age). I always love hearing what Bron has to say and I feel mine might offer a decent description of the connective tissue linking together our various efforts developing and implementing a digital strategy around informal science learning.

Please check them out below:

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The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.
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