Topic 11: Game-based Learning and Gamification in the Classroom
Post on 15-Jul-2015
Topic #12: Games in the Classroom
Topic #11: Game-based Learning and Gamification in the ClassroomMovement, Fun and Participation for Academic LearningWhat if.you were stranded on a desert island with a group of 20 students? How would you teach them? Review: Simulations
Illustrations:CastawayThe Staff MeetingCanadian ParliamentThe Global VillageThe Hunger BanquetMiniature EarthCapitalismMurder MysteryMicro-society
Active & Interactive CurriculumGames in the ClassroomStarter/Early Finisher GamesBoard Games/Game ShowsActive/Movement GamesMemory/RhymingGamesPeople dont learn when they are bored.Four Corners: Student AchievementROUND #1: Instructional StrategiesCorner A: Cooperative LearningCorner B: Direct InstructionCorner C: SimulationsCorner D: Project-based LearningROUND #2: Assessment, Grading & EvaluationCorner A: FeedbackCorner B: ExemplarsCorner C: TestingCorner D: Goal SettingVisible Learning: Research of John Hattie50,000 meta-analysis studies
Teacher Led or Student-Centered?
What is my role? Teacher? Facilitator?
14The World of Web 2.0
Early Finisher/Start Up GamesPasswordCharadesPictionaryBoard Games/Game ShowsWho Wants to be Millionaire?Front Page ChallengeHollywood SquaresStudent-created Board Games
Active/Movement GamesBaseballHockeySlap HappyMemory/Rhyming GamesMnemonics/Memory CodesThe PuzzlerWe Will Teach You