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Designing Learning Games for Return on Investment

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This presentation was offered as a talk at Ludica Medica for the Games for Health Conference 2011. The talk emphasizes assessment, measurement, and evaluation utilizing the MTMM model for statistical ...

This presentation was offered as a talk at Ludica Medica for the Games for Health Conference 2011. The talk emphasizes assessment, measurement, and evaluation utilizing the MTMM model for statistical analysis of construct validity and roi measures.

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  • cognitive ethnography assumes that cognition is distributed through rules, roles, language, relationships and coordinated activities, and can be embodied in artifacts and objects (Dubbels, 2008).Conceptual Space Analysis, Physical Space Analysis, Social Space AnalysisCognitive ethnography assumes that human cognition adapts to its natural surroundings. Therefore, the role of cognitive ethnographer is to transform observational data and interpretation into meaningful representations so that cognitive properties of the system become visible Ethnography often involves the researcher living in the community of study, learning the language, doing what members of the community do—learning to see the world as it is seen by the natives in their cultural context, Fetterman (1998).Cognitive ethnography follows the same protocol, but its purpose is to understand cognitive process and context—examining them together, thus, eliminating the false dichotomy between psychology and anthropology.
  • We gathered from the ethnographies that many watched reality television, soapy kind of programming, liked comedies, popular culture, gossip, irreverent, and suggested that for the game we have wheelchair jousting.We chose to offer the game as a soap opera, with intrigues at the residency.

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