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Using Local Games for Learning

As a method of engaging students more actively in the classroom learning process, try using games to deliver your lessons. In this video training, developed in conjunction with TESSA, you will see several examples of how games are used to close the gap between how children learn in their homes and how they learn in school. You will also learn about the plan, act, record and reflect cycle to help you evaluate effectiveness and plan better each time you try something new.

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This resource has been produced by TESSA.  Visit TESSA at www.tessafrica.net