Labyrinth believes in gameschooling and supporting educators. Please find some helpful resources below.
The Benefits of Play
Play fosters communication skills, analytical processing, and creativity! Playing games has been proven to help children develop important cognitive and social skills such as patience, teamwork, strategic and analytical thinking, and listening and reading comprehension.
Student skills developed: strategy and logic; problem solving; social interaction; memory and concentration; deduction and analysis; math and language; and dexterity.
Brantford Games Network Lab Scott Nicholson – professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Brantford, Ontario, Canada – updates this page with resources for educators. He is an expert on gamification in the classroom.
Sustainable Gameschooling – Facebook Group The Sustainable Gameschooling group is a place to discuss how to use games to further educational goals while walking lightly on the earth!
Teach with Board Games – YouTube Video Series! (Links Below) Created by Labyrinth staff!