Gamifying Poetry? This Teacher is Inspiring a New Generation of Writers

Field Day Lab
Jul 22, 2015 · 3 min read
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Larry Gundlach, Field Day Fellow
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Kids Poetry: Daisy like/ Underwater/ Crescent/ Kicker. Comments: We are going to the the greatest place ever/ the place where ducks roam and be free/The Pond!The wall/ The barrier between life and death/ those in between are never remembered and never forgotten.
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Kid Poetry: The crown sits on the kings head/waiting to be approached/by the evil bee.

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We design learning games at UW-Madison.

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Designing learning experiences that blur the lines between virtual and physical, formal and informal, play and work. Find us at fielddaylab.org

field day lab

We design learning games at UW-Madison. Field Day Lab is both a game studio and a research lab. The University of Wisconsin — Madison is ground zero for research on Games and Learning.

Field Day Lab

Written by

Designing learning experiences that blur the lines between virtual and physical, formal and informal, play and work. Find us at fielddaylab.org

field day lab

We design learning games at UW-Madison. Field Day Lab is both a game studio and a research lab. The University of Wisconsin — Madison is ground zero for research on Games and Learning.

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