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This is a presentation from the 2009 National Institute on Money in State Politics conference. It deals with games, learning, and Global Kids' Online Leadership Program.

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Montana Presentation

  1. 1. Civic Education, New Media and Youth James Bachhuber
  2. 2. 3 Types of Learning
  3. 3. 3 Types of Learning Content
  4. 4. 3 Types of Learning Content Skills
  5. 5. 3 Types of Learning Content Skills Concept s
  6. 6. Content
  7. 7. Skills
  8. 8. Concepts Photosynthesis Integrity Quantum Physics Morality Justice Civic Participation 21st Century Skills Innovation Skills Problem Solving Media Literacy +?
  9. 9. Conceptual Learning Needs: Inquiry and Reflection (cognition and metacognition) Multiple Contexts (transfer tasks)
  10. 10. +?
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  12. 12. Global Kids Uses Technology Games Roleplaying Research Music And Processing Questions
  13. 13. To Facilitate Youth Development 21st Century Skills Learning Youth Media Global Literacy Civic Engagement
  14. 14. Programs
  15. 15. Media Masters
  16. 16. DIDI Initiative “When I Grow Up” by Breezy Gkid Will adults be the hammer and nails? Will schools be next door to jails? Will the truth be illegal to sell? When I grow up, Will anyone be on the news for anything besides killing? Will those drug dealers still be standing in front of my building?
  17. 17. I Dig Tanzania
  18. 18. Virtual Video Project
  19. 19. Playing 4 Keeps
  20. 20. Why Games? Empathy Systems Modeling Inquiry Based Learning/Collaboration
  21. 21. james@wisegaming.org www.globalkids.org www.holymeatballs.org

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