Game Literacy in Theory and Practice

  • Buckingham D
  • Burn A
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This article addresses the notion of teaching about games as a cultural medium in their own right. This includes critical analyses of existing texts but also involves enabling students to create their own. Implications of this approach are dis- cussed and concrete, research-based examples are provided. A more theoretical discussion of the notion of game literacy and the principles on which this approach is based is also in- cluded. The article concludes with implications for policy and practice.

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  • David Buckingham

  • Andrew Burn

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