Tag: math games

Math Games: Tic-tac-toe

Some games may support the learning of mathematics in one way or another. It is important, however, to identify the educational component in a game as playing it, by itself, may not lead to further learning. The linked document offers an analysis of the mathematical potential in Tic-tac-toe through the lens of the RaPID model: https://network.structuringinquiry.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2020/06/Tic-Tack_Toe.pdf

Math Games: Froggy Boogie

In this post, we highlight how a game might be adapted so that it requires learners to make the particular distinction we want them to make. We also highlight the importance of first presenting this distinction to them.