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Vos, N., Meijden, H.V.D. and Denessen, E. (2011) Effects of Constructing versus Playing an Educational Game on Student Motivation and Deep Learning Strategy Use. Computers and Education, 56, 127-137.

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  • TITLE: Design of Game-Based Collaborative Learning Model

    AUTHORS: Qi Zhong

    KEYWORDS: Game-Based, Collaborative Learning, Teaching Mode, Teaching Design

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.7 No.7, July 31, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Collaborative learning mode has changed the traditional teaching mode, In the process of completing tasks, learners learn new knowledge points in the form of team cooperation, rather than relying on a large amount of knowledge inculcated by teachers, which helps to improve learners’ thinking ability, communication ability and team cooperation ability. Game-based learning is a kind of instructional design which combines the design strategies of games. It enables learners to complete the learning content in a game-based way with a relaxed and pleasant environment. It helps to cultivate learners’ initiative, creativity and cooperation in learning. Based on the above two concepts, this paper proposes a game-based cooperative learning teaching model, which has a clearer design and guidance for the teaching model.