ERLC Presents Serious Games: Engaging Students in Inquiry-Based Learning With Aaron Ball.

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  • ERLC Presents Serious Games: Engaging Students in Inquiry-Based Learning With Aaron Ball
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  • Serious Games: Engaging Students in Inquiry-Based Learning
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  • Father of Two Husband Baker Knitter Pretty Decent snow shoveler AARON BALL
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  • Videogames What you will get from this session Engagement is more than fun. A critical eye for what your students/ children are consuming Skills for repurposing games as learning tools
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  • Videogames What are they playing?! Why are they playing? How can we harness the potential?
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  • HardcoreCasual The shift
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  • The Games Students play
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  • The Games they play
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  • What games do you see being played?
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  • www.theesa.com The Entertainment Software Association http://www.theesa.com/facts/pdfs/ESA_EF_2006.pdf
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  • www.theesa.com The Entertainment Software Association
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  • www.theesa.com The Entertainment Software Association
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  • www.theesa.com The Entertainment Software Association
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  • Why do they play them?
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  • Where do you think you are in the use of games as learning objects? Strongly AgainstAgainstForStrongly For
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  • Where do you think your school district is in the use of games as learning objects? Strongly AgainstAgainstForStrongly For
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  • Harnessing the potential of games in education?
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  • www.3rdworldfarmer.com
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  • Revolution http://vc.ocde.us/archive/default.htm?v=tgame-1 Starts at 8 min 43 seconds
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  • Harnessing the potential of games in education?
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  • Circles and Stars 3 circles with 4 stars in each = 12 stars!
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  • What are they called? Serious GamesSimsVirtual ExperiencesSocial Impact GamesPracticewareImmersive LearningHolodeck v0.8GamesEducational Simulations
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  • Who is using games to educate?
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  • Expresso http://www.expresso.net/
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  • Re-Mission Blocked on ECSD
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  • http://cooleimmersive.comhttp://cooleimmersive.com/
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  • McVideogame.com
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  • Full Spectrum Warrior Department of Defence www.dodgamecommunity.com Created by Pandemic, Sony Imageworks. and the Institute for Creative Technologies at USC (ICT) for STRICOM
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  • Who is using games to educate? Where have you seen examples?
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  • Your assignment for next time What games do you use or see being used to educate?
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  • Task 1. Post the link to your game at our wiki : http://erlcdpl.wikispaces.com/Serious+Games http://erlcdpl.wikispaces.com/Serious+Games You will need to create a username and login to post 2. Play one or two of the games posted by others and leave a comment. 3. Find a game that has ties to your curriculum. www.3rdworldfarmer.com http://www.supersmartgames.com/ http://www.socialimpactgames.com/
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  • Questions, concerns, or comments? Thank you! See you next time: February 17, 2010 at 4 pm