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GREENIFY: A Real-World Action Game for Climate Change Education.
Zeitschrift/Zeitung:
Simulation & Gaming
Z-Jahrgang:
44
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349-365
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Simulation & Gaming 44(2-3) 349 –365©2013 SAGE Publications Reprints and permissions: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.navDOI: 10.1177/1046878112470539sag.sagepub.com470539SAG442-310.1177/1046878112470539Simulation & Gaming Lee et al.1Columbia University, New York, USA
This article is published as a part of the symposium: Climate Change and Simulation/Gaming Corresponding Author:Joey J. Lee, Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology, Teachers College, Columbia University, Box 08, 525 W 120th St., New York, NY 10027, USA. Email: jlee@tc.columbia.edu
GREENIFY: A Real-World Action Game for Climate Change Education Joey J. Lee1, Pinar Ceyhan1, William Jordan-Cooley1, and Woonhee Sung1
Abstract The literature on climate change education recommends social, accessible action-oriented learning that is specifically designed to resonate with a target audience′s values and worldview. This article discusses GREENIFY, a real-world action game designed to teach adult learners about climate change and motivate informed action. A pilot study suggests that the game fostered the creation of peer-generated user content, motivated informed action, created positive pressure, and was perceived as a fun and engaging experience.
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20.08.2019