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Author/Author: Veljko V. Aleksić

DOI: 10.46793/Zbradova21.279A

УДК: 37.015.3

 

Abstract: The paper presents a theoretical overview of digital game-based learning operationalization strategies. As digital games gradually permeated all the pores of modern society, they clearly cannot stand a side in contemporary educational practice. Three referent strategies for the successful digital game-based learning implementation are presented in the paper, each with its advantages and shortcomings. As this approach is relatively new, there still lacks a unique recommendation for the most efficient or the most successful way to implement digital games in learning process.

Keywords: digital game-based learning, operationalization, educational strategie.

 

Операционализоване стратегије учења засноване на дигиталним играма

Апстракт: У раду је представљен теоријски преглед операционализованих стратегија учења заснованих на дигиталним играма. Како су дигиталне игре постепено прожимале све поре савременог друштва, оне очигледно не могу бити пострани ни  у савременој образовној пракси. Три референтне стратегије за успешну имплементацију учења заснованог на дигиталним играма представљене су у раду, свака са својим предностима и недостацима. Како је овај приступ релативно нов, још увек не постоји јединствена препорука за најефикаснији или најуспешнији начин имплементације дигиталних игара у процес учења.

Кључне речи: учење засновано на дигиталним играма, операционализација, стратегија образовања.

 

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