Build. Learn. Play.

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Master of Arts in Design and Development of Digital Games

Preparing students to make and evaluate games for learning and behavior change

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Perspectives:

Social + Cultural + Cognitive + Affective

Explore educational game theories, learning, and design from multiple perspectives.

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32 Point MA Program. Where the design of educational technology meets the development of games.

Unique Curriculum

Examine game design from social, cultural, cognitive, and affective perspectives.

Game Research & Development

Eco Chains

Strategy and survival in the warming arctic

Lit2Quit

A mobile game for smoking reduction

Moth

Guide a lost moth to the moon

What games will you make?

Spotlight: TC in Action

Discover the richness of play. Our Games Research Lab focuses on exploring the potential of games for education, with an emphasis on introducing non-gamers to games beyond the mainstream.

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Innovative Scholars and Practitioners

Charles Kinzer

Charles Kinzer

Professor of Technology and Education
Director, Games Research Lab

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Lalitha Vasudevan

Lalitha Vasudevan

Associate Professor of Technology and Education
Director, Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies

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Sandra Okita

Sandra Okita

Associate Professor of Technology and Education
Director Human-Robot Interaction and Sociable Learning Labs

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Joey J. Lee

Joey J. Lee

Research Assistant Professor
Coordinator of the Games Research Lab

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Ioana Literat

Ioana Literat

Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design

Nathan Holbert

Nathan Holbert

Assistant Professor of Technology and Education
Director, Snow Day Learning Lab

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growth projected for Higher Education Instructors—the fastest growing game-based learning segment

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growth predicted for Preschool Instructors

*Projections based on CAGR and forecast between 2014–2019

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