Pilots rond het gebruik van de iPad in het onderwijs
This post was first published at MOBILE SOCIAL WORK:
Mike Langlois blogs about online technologies, video games and psychotherapy. Recently he published a list of “Twenty-Three Apps for the 21st Century Therapist” naming some of the usual suspects like Flipboard, Evernote, Dropbox, 1Password and other apps that can make live of social workers and therapists easier. Most beneficial to me were the apps he names for a gaming based approach in therapy with his clients: Plants Vs. Zombies, Zombies, Run! (which I use myself … sometimes they get me), Kingdom Rush, Minecraft, Flowechain, Trainyard and Lavalanche. I asked myself if these games could be used in social work as well. Do you have any experience using video games?
Here at mobile social work we already mentioned a lot of games that can be used in social work. Did you try one of them? Please let me know in the comments.