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Game-Based Learning in Economics Education at Upper Secondary Level : The Impact of Game Mechanics and Reflection on Students' Financial Literacy

Game-Based Learning in Economics Education at Upper Secondary Level : The Impact of Game Mechanics and Reflection on Students' Financial Literacy

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PLATZ, Liane, Michael JÜTTLER, Stephan SCHUMANN, 2021. Game-Based Learning in Economics Education at Upper Secondary Level : The Impact of Game Mechanics and Reflection on Students' Financial Literacy. In: APREA, Carmela, ed., Dirk IFENTHALER, ed.. Game-based Learning Across the Disciplines. Cham:Springer, pp. 25-42. ISBN 978-3-030-75141-8. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-75142-5_2

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