Helen Kardiasmenos uses games to teach almost every subject in her early elementary classroom in Australia. In today's episode, she shares what she's doing and how her students are learning.
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Helen Kardiasmenos – Bio as Submitted
Helen Kardiasmenos is an Innovative classroom and online educator located in Sydney, Australia. She has a Masters of Education (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) from Charles Sturt University and is interested in digital game-based learning, innovative pedagogies and underpinning learning with technology.
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