Scot is the project manager for MITs the Education Arcade and is currently running "Learning Games to Go," a federally funded project designed to develop mobile games that teach math and literacy to underserved youth.
He presented on the concept of the four freedoms of play which are:
- Freedom to Experiment
- Freedom to Fail
- Freedom to Try on Identities
- Freedom of Effort
I presented on the topic of integrating games into a corporate setting and how educational games can enhance compliance training.
It was fun and interesting to speak along side Scot. We share many of the same ideas and concepts about games, play and education.
Here is a short video clip of Scot speaking on the topic of the four freedoms of play. It is not footage from the Summit but he is covering the same topic in this clip.
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