Why Playful Learning Is So Important in the Classroom and the Real World

David Gann on episode 449 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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David Gann, Professor of Innovation and Technology Management, shares what his research has shown about playful learning in the business world and classroom. This is a great show for those who think “play” is a bad word and to realize that play is applicable at all levels of success. He is author of “The Playful Entrepreneur: How to Play and Adapt in Uncertain Times.” We talk about AI, play, and so much more and how it is applicable to learning.

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Bio of David Gann as Submitted

David Gann The Playful EntrepreneurDavid Gann is a university and business leader with international experience in innovation strategy and technology management. He is Vice-President (Innovation) and Professor of Innovation and Technology Management at Imperial College London and has written or edited eight books exploring why and how innovation happens, the ways it continually transforms the world we live in and how it can be managed.

Blog: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/d.gann

Twitter: @DavidMGann

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