Digital Learning Games master’s programme teachers and students.
Mikhail Fiadotau, MA is a lecturer in the School of Digital Technologies at Tallinn University, where he primarily teaches in the Digital Learning Games MSc programme. His research covers such areas as game production, serious games and game-based learning, games education, and the cultural heterogeneity of gaming communities and practices. Mikhail has also been a participant in European research and development projects focusing on serious games and gamification.
David Upshall graduated from the University of St. Andrews with a degree in psychology and spent four years as an educator. Recently he has worked as a learning games evaluator for Education Alliance Finland and as a freelance graphic designer. David is currently on the Digital Learning Games Master’s degree programme, specialising in interaction design and writing his thesis on gamification.
Peadar Callaghan, MA is Chief Executive Officer at Integrated Game Solutions. He graduated from the University of Limerick with an MA in English Language Teaching. Peadar has worked as an educator in a number of countries from South Korea to Saudi Arabia. He has employed games and gamification in much of his work and is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in Digital Learning Games at Tallinn University.