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  • 1. Connected LearningDani Herro, Clemson University@daniherroGaming the System with Meaningful Play
  • 2. BackgroundAugmented Reality (Squire)WOW (Steinkuehler)New Media Literacies (Jenkins et al.)Games+Learning+SocietyWhitepapers, Reports & Trends
  • 3. what next?
  • 4. Connected Learning
  • 5. *disclaimer*I don’t know everything.#gls9daniherro
  • 6. What is connected learning?What might it mean to me?my students?Where do I begin?
  • 7. personal interestspassionshome, school, peer cultureproduction centeredacademically oriented
  • 8. personal interestspassionshome, school, peer cultureproduction centeredacademically orientedDigital MediaNetworks
  • 9. Arguments to bring games into classrooms (Gee, 2003, 2004,2005, 2007; Ketelhut, Dede, Clarke, & Nelson, 2006; Klopfer, 2004; Squire 2005, 2006, Jenkins &Squire, 2004; Steinkuehler & King, 2009)Game-making as a window into rich meaning-making(Kafai 2006; Gee, 2007; Osterweil & Salen, 2009; Salen 2007; Steinkuehler, 2010;Torres, 2009)Game design curricula as a viable method of teachingcomplex and collaborative problem solving,strategizing, systems thinking and emulation of real-world processes (Barab et al, 2007; Gee, 2003; 2007; Shaffer, Squire, Halverson &Gee, 2005; Squire, 2008)Recent traction with national education initiatives andstudies (Project Tomorrow, 2010; US Department of Education, 2010)
  • 10. A few statistics...
  • 11. kids and gaming
  • 12. PROFILE of a GAMER(Madden, Lenhart, Duggan, Cortesi, & Gasser, 2013)
  • 13. The RealityTechnology, digital media andgame-like tools, thinking orenvironments is pervasive.The world we live in
  • 14. GAMIFICATION
  • 15. Why does this matter?
  • 16. Media, Simulated and Game-basedFuturesReal-world problemsSocial and cultural contextsSimulated environmentsVisualCollaborativeBlurring of reality/fantasy
  • 17. BothGame play or gamedesign?Games
  • 18. Principles of Good Games - for players and designersto consider (Gee)
  • 19. Identity
  • 20. Interaction
  • 21. Production
  • 22. Risk-Taking
  • 23. Challenge
  • 24. Agencycontrol + ownershipunderstanding who you are so you can serve othersallows you to take riskssupports productivitymakes challenge feel comfortable
  • 25. education
  • 26. Where do I look?How do I connect research to practice?
  • 27. Games+Learning+Society
  • 28. WIDSThe connection....what might you find here?Projects
  • 29. DML Central
  • 30. The ConnectionWhat might you find here?TextProfessionalDevelopment
  • 31. Institute of Play
  • 32. The ConnectionWhat might you find here?
  • 33. Games for Impact
  • 34. The ConnectionWhat might you find here?
  • 35. d.school http://www.k12lab.org/
  • 36. The ConnectionWhat might you find here?
  • 37. In Practice: Examples
  • 38. Lucas GillispieEdurealms.com
  • 39. Peggy Sheehy
  • 40. Meet Patrick
  • 41. Game Design CurriculumIdentityIdentityInteractionInteractionProductionProductionRisk TakingRisk TakingCustomizationCustomizationWell-orderedWell-orderedproblemsproblemsSystem-thinkingSystem-thinkingDistributed knowledgeDistributed knowledge
  • 42. • ARIS + TED Talks - (iPod Touch)• Blackboard + Google Apps (Docs, Sites, Forms)• Scratch, Kodu• PhotoShop• Skype, Google Hangout• YouTubeVideos• Daqri - QR Codes
  • 43. The aftermath~Computer Science Principles: Computational Thinking Practices (The CollegeBoard, 2011)~Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) K-12 Computer Science Standards(2011)~ISTE NETS for Computer Science
  • 44. Final NotesIMPACT?
  • 45. Inspiration in the School of Education - Clemson
  • 46. #Riot
  • 47. ReferencesGee, J. P. (2003). What video games have to teach us about learning and literacy. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.Gee, J. P. (2007). Good video games + Good learning: Collected essays on video games learning and literacy. New York, NY: Peter Lang.Gee, J. P. (2007).Kafai, Y. (2006). Playing and making games for learning: Instructional and constructional perspectives for game studies.Ketelhut, D. J., Dede, C., Clarke, J., & Nelson, B. (2006, April). A multi-user virtenvironment for building higher order inquiry skills in science. Paper presented at the 2006 AERA AnnualMeeting, San Francisco, CA. Retrieved from http://muve.gse.harvard.edu/rivercityproject/documents/rivercitysympinq1.pdfKlopfer, E., Ostewil S., and Salen K., (2009). Moving learning gamesforward: Obstacles, opportunities and openness. Cambridge, MA: The Education Arcade. Project Tomorrow. (2010). Creating our future: Students speak up about their vision for 21st century learningSpeak up 2009 national findings. Irvine, CA: Author. Available from http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/pdfs/SU09NationalFindingsStudents&Parents.pdfSquire, K.D. (2005). Changing the Game: What Happens When Video Games Enter the Classroom? Innovate 1(6). doi:10.1.1.101.993Squire, K. D. (2008). Video games and education: Designing learnisystems for an interactive age. Educational Technology, 48(2), 17.Squire, K. D., Giovanetto, L., Devane, B., & Durga, S. (2005). From users to designers: Building a self-organizing game-based learningenvironment. Technology Trends, 49(5), 34–42.Squire, K.D. (2006). From content to context: Videogames as designed experiences. Educational Researcher (35) 8: 19-29Squire, K.D. (2011). Video gamand learning. Teaching and participatory culture in the digital age. Teachers College Press: New York, NYSquire, K., & Jenkins H. (2004). Harnessing the power of games in education. Insight (3) 1, 5-3Salen, K. (2007). Gaming literacies. Jl. of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia. 16(3), pp. 301-322.Steinkuehler, C. (September, 2010). Video games and digital literacies. Journal of Adolescent &Adult Literacy. 54(1). pp. 61-63.Steinkuehler, C., Alagoz, E., King, E., & Martin, C. (2012). A cross case analysis of two out-of-school programs based on virtual worlds. International Journal of Gaming and Computer MediatedSimulations (IJGCMS) 4(1), 25-54, January-March 2012.Steinkuehler, C. & King, B. (2009). Digital literacies for the disengaged: Creating after schoolcontexts to support boys’ game-based literacy skillOn the Horizon, 17(1), 47-59.Torres, R. J. (2009). Learning on a 21st century platform: Gamestar Mechanic as a means to game design and systems-thinking skills within a nodal ecology. New Yorkuniversity: ProQuest Dissertations.U.S. Department of Education, Office of Instructional Technology (2010). Transforming American education: Learning powered by technology. Washington D.C.
  • 48. Links to resourcesARIS http://arisgames.org/Edurealms http://edurealms.com/Kodu http://www.kodugamelab.com/MIT App Inventorhttp://appinventor.mit.edu/)Unity http://unity3d.com/WowinSchoolWiki http://wowinschool.pbworks.com/w/page/5268731/FrontPage

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