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Game Based Learning As Education Reform

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Game Based Learning As Education Reform

  1. 1. ame-Based Learning as Education Reform Andrew Miller @betamiller www.andrewkmiller.com #gbl
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  4. 4. Gamer Style: What do you already know about Game Based Learning? What do you want to know? Think Share
  5. 5. By the end of this session, you will: •Understand how games can engage us in learning •Align principles of good games with effective classroom practices •See sample GBL implementation and examples •Examine a Instructional Practice Checklist
  6. 6. James Paul Gee. How does what Gee is saying challenge what you think about using games for learning? How does it affirm your thinking?
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  8. 8. Conqueror (Defeat):
  9. 9. Socializer (Relate):
  10. 10. Mastermind (Solve):
  11. 11. Seeker (Explorer):
  12. 12. Daredevil (Rush):
  13. 13. Survivor (Escape):
  14. 14. Achiever (Collect):
  15. 15. 20 What does a ame do well?
  16. 16. Situated © Institute of Play
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  18. 18. 23 Freedom to Fail
  19. 19. 24 Ongoing Assessment
  20. 20. 25 “Just in Time” Feedback
  21. 21. 26 Critical and Active Learning
  22. 22. 27 Mastery Based
  23. 23. 28 Personalized
  24. 24. 21st Century Skills
  25. 25. 30 GBL Instructional Practice Checklist www.tinyurl.com/gb lpractice “How do we create game zen in the classroom?”
  26. 26. With a partner or trio, create a list of descriptions of what Game Based Learning would look like in the classroom. 31 Anchor Chart
  27. 27. 32 Where is ame Based Learning already occurring?
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  29. 29. 34 Pairing Game and Traditional Instruction
  30. 30. 35 Serious Games
  31. 31. 36 Gamification
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  42. 42. 52 Game Analysis Checklist www.tinyurl.com/ga mechecklist
  43. 43. 53 Using the Game Analysis Checklist: Play one of these game choices below and use see if it matches up iPad? – Download “Pocket Law Firm” iPhone? – Download “Lemonade Stand” Laptop? – Go to iCivics.com and find the game “Do I Have Right?”
  44. 44. Role of the Teacher. How has using games in the classroom changed the role of the teacher? What evidence do you see?
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  46. 46. 56 “I get to participate. Playing games with students and helping to facilitate throughout this process doesn’t involve taking over or showing them what’s important. It’s more about the opportunity to engage with your students on a different level as they discover and connect and create meaning.” - Tedd, 6th Grade Teacher
  47. 47. 57 “The role of the instructor in a GBL classroom is to refrain from taking over…Give your students the change to make connections and create meaning on their own…The GBL instructor knows when to intervene. The goals is that the student becomes independent of the instructor, not more dependent.” - Joe Wise, Co-Founder of Playmaker School
  48. 48. 59 How does the ame fit into curriculum and instruction?
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  50. 50. 61 Content
  51. 51. 62 Content Application
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  54. 54. 65 Gamification
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  56. 56. 67 Authentic Scenario or Story
  57. 57. 68 Authentic Identity
  58. 58. 69 Game Question
  59. 59. 70 Variety of Targeted Quests
  60. 60. 71 Summative Levels
  61. 61. 72 Benchmarks
  62. 62. 73 Incentives
  63. 63. 74 You must have all the pieces of the puzzle!
  64. 64. At your tables, add more descriptions of what Game Based Learning would look like in the classroom. 75 Anchor Chart
  65. 65. 77 tinyurl.com/andrewgames1 tinyurl.com/andrewgames2
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  67. 67. twitter.com/betamiller andrew@andrewkmiller.com www.andrewkmiller.com
  68. 68. Scan this QR Code to Evaluate Your Session! or go to www.ascd.org/evaluations

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