|Module title||Computer Games In Education And Therapy|
|Module lecturer||dr Anna Michniuk|
|Faculty||Faculty of Educational Studies|
Classes will take place on Mondays, from 11.30 until 13.00. room 207 (Międzychodzka 5)
Module aim (aims)
It is assumed that the student will be able to identify educational and therapeutic applications of computer games.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
Elementary pedagogical knowledge.
Week 1: Short history of computer games
Week 2: Systematics of computer games
Week 3: Computer games, culture and society
Week 4: Computer games and human cognitive development
Week 5: Computer games in education
Week 6: Computer games in therapy
Week 7: VR in education and therapy
Week 8: Educational and therapeutic aspects of computer games - case study
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