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Friday, July 10 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Where the Rubber Meets the (Cross)Road: Insights into Game-Based Learning & Assessment Design

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Where the Rubber Meets the (Cross)Road: Insights into Game-Based Learning & Assessment Design
V. Elizabeth Owen, Kristen E. DiCerbo, Michelle M. Riconscente, Elizabeth Kline, Erin Hoffman, G. Tanner Jackson, Maria Bertling

Human agency—the power to shape a course of action (Bandura, 2006)—has long been held central to empowered, self-regulated learning (Pintrich, 1999). Implicit in this choice-centered learning is the ability to take different pathways towards a solution, a key affordance of games as a medium to deliver engaging, effective educational experiences (c.f. Salen & Zimmerman, 2004). The work in this symposium reflects a holistic design goal in game-based learning—integrated learning and assessment which can support multiple pathways to learning. This integrated design is discussed from four perspectives: teacher-facing UI design, learning game design (integrated instruction & assessment), psychometric assessment analysis, and exploratory data mining of unexpected learner patterns.

Speakers
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Kristen DiCerbo

Vice President of Education Research, Pearson
Kristen is the Vice-President of Education Research at Pearson, working to integrate learning science research into digital products. Her personal research program centers around game-based assessment, specifically the collaborative design of games as both learning and assessment tools and the use of statistical models to turn data into evidence of student knowledge, skills, and attributes. She has worked on a computer networking game at Cisco... Read More →
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G. Tanner Jackson

Educational Testing Service
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Elizabeth Owen

Director, Learning & Data Science, Age of Learning
Elizabeth Owen holds a PhD in Digital Media (School of Education) from UW-Madison, focused on game-based learning analytics. Currently the Director of Learning and Data Science at Age of Learning, she's committed to optimizing adaptive learning systems through applied machine learning. Previously a researcher and data scientist with GlassLab Games (EA campus), LRNG, and Metacog, her doctoral work is rooted at the Games+Learning+Society Center... Read More →


Friday July 10, 2015 10:30am - 11:30am
Class of '24

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