Learning Patterns for the design and deployment of Mathematical Games: Literature review

Abstract : This literature review is intended as an introduction to the issues that arise when trying to capture the process of designing and developing mathematical games. It offers a perspective on the range of approaches available. Design patterns are suggested as an enabling tool for good practice, by facilitating pattern-specific communication and knowledge sharing between participants. These patterns are termed learning patterns, and they will be available as an outcome of this project.
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Mark Childs, Yishay Mor, Niall Winters, Michele Cerulli, Staffan Björk, et al.. Learning Patterns for the design and deployment of Mathematical Games: Literature review. 2006. ⟨hal-00190298⟩

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