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  • Harnessing EdTech Innovation of Leaders Takes a Cross-(Fun)ctional Guild Society for Applied Learning Technology Conference, Reston Virginia, August 14, 2013 Barbara Truman & Francisca Yonekura
  • Agenda Session Objectives Background Activities in the MOOC Impact and Meaning Opportunities to Participate Q&A Attribution: WorldslandInfo.com via Flickr http://www.futuristmovies.com F3 Fun, Flow or Fiero?
  • New Media Consortium Horizon Reports Overlap & Gaps Government? http://www.nmc.org
  • http://gamesmooc.shivtr.com What it is… a connectivist modest open online… community
  • Dr. Frankie, why don’t we participate? Yonekura & Truman Insight: What we’ve learned about ethno-relativism from participating in virtual worlds makes us more likely to appreciate cultural differences and be more open to possibility. How can we apply what we learn? Doowangle & Antonelli
  • Key Themes Learned • Unparalleled experiential learning • Choice of participation level • Diverse participants across industries • Experimental “maker” activities • Extraordinary leadership • Extraordinary mentorship • Continuous support • Transferability for building learning experiences • Accelerated, cost saving professional development • Team Science
  • Identify Lurk Contribute Create Lead Social Network Knowledge Construction Dr. Lisa Dawley of the 3D GameLab Special thanks to Gridjumper: Tanya Martin
  • Transformed Social Interaction Virtual Self The Proteus Effect Dr. Jeremy Bailenson of the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/business/july-dec13/games_07-11.html
  • Community Leaders of Leaders Second Life and World of Warcraft – Avatars and Characters Kavon Zenovka/ Maskirovka Abacus Capalini/ Kuwapi
  • SIGVE attendees at the June 2013 annual International Society for Technology in Education conference in San Antonio, TX Special Interest Group Virtual Environments
  • Media Convergence - Jenkins Shirky - Cognitive Surplus Cognition & Cultural Practices Related to Gameplay and Learning - Steinkuehler Schell - Art of Game Design Games for Change - McGonigal Games and Learning - Gee A New Culture of Learning - Seely Brown
  • Community + Engagements • Guild Management Website (Shivtr) – Profiles – Discussions – Schedules, notices • Google Hangouts – You Tube Broadcasts – Demonstrations • Tours • Creative projects - machinima • Twitter chats • Social media – Flickr, Twitter… Tour of Post-Traumatic Stress Environment Second Life 2012 Photo Credit: Gridjumper
  • • Problem Solving • Scaffolding • Scientific Inquiry • Leveling and Achievements • Constructivism • Okay to Fail • Engagement in Professional Development • Relationships • FUN! Community Outcomes http://gridjumper.net
  • Community Outcomes ISTE SIGVE Diner in Second Life
  • Community Outcomes World of Warcraft Briefing/Debriefing
  • Community Outcomes Mentoring & Sharing
  • Laurence Cocco, Director of Educational Technology for the New Jersey Department of Education and one of the Guild Officers for G.A.M.E. Gamers Advancing Meaningful Education Dissemination & Adoption
  • Leveling and Achievements Rich Analytics for Alternative Assessment
  • What Type of Community are You Engaged in? Ready to Move Up to the Next Level? What’s Your Next Move? Let’s talk Guilds, Communities of Practice and Teams
  • Guided Introduction
  • The Rise of Minecraft The GamesMOOC Continues with Four Ms: Minecraft, MOOCs, MMOGs, & Machinima
  • http://sonic.northwestern.edu http://www.nico.northwestern.edu http://collablab.northwestern.edu Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/download/attachments/47284665/TeamScience_FieldGuide.pdf?version=2&modificationDate=1285330231523 https://www.teamsciencetoolkit.cancer.gov Going Pro- Beyond Communities of Practice
  • Another Opportunity… Loire Learning Campus LVC – Games Winners of the $25,000 1st Place Award from the 2010 Federal Virtual Worlds Challenge vharmonysteward@gmail.com
  • Thank you Barbara Truman Francisca Yonekura eLearning Simulation Strategist Associate Department Head Fusion Unlimited Networks LLC University of Central Florida Barbara.Truman@gmail.com Center for Distributed Learning @barbaratruman Francisca.Yonekura@ucf.edu @FrankieY Acknowledgements and deepest thanks Kae Novak, Instructional Designer Frontline Community College Chris Luchs, Associate Dean, Colorado Community College Online Tanya Martin, “Gridjumper” Coordinator of Professional Development, Broward County Schools, Florida Dr. Cynthia Calongne, Professor & Chair, Computer Science, Emerging Media Program, Colorado Technical University Dr. Andrew Stricker, Distributed Learning Architect, Air University, United States Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base Reflecting in Virtual Harmony Courtyard
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