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Teachers playing games to learn about game-based learning Designing Games Educational games are gaining momentum in schools as a way to engage and motivate students. Designing activities, lessons, and courses to be more ‘gameful’ – using (More)
Middle school students learn STEAM disciplines through designing games Playing a Part While students can learn a wide range of skills and knowledge from playing games, putting students in the role of game designers and players can provide addit (More)
Hearing the stories of students with vision loss to inform more accessible classrooms Meeting Needs Understanding the perspectives of students with visual impairments about their everyday experience, both on and off campus, was the subject of Chr (More)
I suppose everyone is familiarized with the size of an elephant; now the world's largest elephant, the African, can weigh 6 tons; therefore, we could say that we have today 38 thousand plastic elephants polluting the ocean; side by side, it would be (More)
Poster sessions are an important part of any academic conference – providing a way for researchers (including both faculty and students) to share their research in a format that supports describing methods, discussion, and results as well as foster (More)
Poster sessions are an important part of any academic conference – providing a way for researchers (including both faculty and students) to share their research in a format that supports describing methods, discussion, and results as well as foster (More)
The goal is for students to be able to... practicing scoping a problem towards user-centeredness and understand what are the human implications of a created artifacts. These skills are relevant to other fields that would like to develop problem (More)