SCOOT game event : families as partners in learning
Polson, Debra (2006) SCOOT game event : families as partners in learning. In X Media Lab 2006. Games In Learning , December 6 - 8, 2006, Singapore. (Unpublished)
How games can be designed to engage families in learning spaces outside of the classroom. SCOOT Game has been played by families in various science museums and art galleries in Australian capital cities since 2004. Families form groups to collaborate in the game that takes them on an SMS quest through these places engaging them with artworks, historic facts, landmarks, puzzles, street performances etc.
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