Let the Games Begin is one of the two articles published by Green Teacher in its February 2016 edition that is freely available to read. We are highlighting it here to draw your attention both to the article, and to Green Teacher itself, as this is a journal that NAEE finds to be consistently informative and interesting.
The article begins …

OK, I’ll confess. I’m not a gamer. Sure, I’ll play Sudoku on my phone once in a while, but most games leave me a bit cold. Maybe because I grew up before video game companies realized girls might also want to play. Regardless, I find myself a bit surprised to have created several successful environmental-education games, and now to be here sharing what I’ve learned with you. Mostly the credit goes to my creative and life partner, Ian Gschwind, who is a gamer. He’d come up with an idea, and I’d

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be saying, “But it has to be kind!” and “How are girls going to enjoy that part?” So you see, together, gamer and non-gamer, we’ve managed to create something that most gaming companies made up entirely of gamer geeks have not – a kind, life-affirming use of games that is making a real difference in the world.

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