Using games for teaching work processes

Revheim Secondary School is the only Norwegian school to participate in the Flip2Game project. Flip2Game is an EU project with the goal of developing a new kind of pedagogy. The idea is that students use games to prepare for their lessons, to make their work more exciting, self-directed and more customized to every student. The keyword is game-based learning.

Flip2Game has a total budget of 10 million NOK and lasts for three years. Now the project is in a mapping phase where the partners identify needs, challenges, and opportunities. Furthermore, they will develop methods and games to be tested and evaluated.

Presentation by teachers and students from Revheim Secondary School.

You can read more about the project here.

26 September
Main stage, Mastrafjord, ground floor conference centre
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Eirik Jåtten

Rector, and Gaming Pedagogue John Arne Gaard Nilsen, Revheim Secondary School

John Arne Gaard Nilsen

Gaming pedagogue, Revheim Secondary School