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Serious Play: Assessing Learning with Games

This event will be Bostock 060 (Link, Classroom 6).

Dr. Crider will talk about assessing student learning with games. He will discuss examples of student work, related education research, and the potential for each to be used in classroom assessment. He will also speak about in-class role-playing and "epic finales" which are designed to provide a closing experience in lieu of typical final exams. Some of these projects will include his ideas on the use of virtual reality in the classroom.

Tony Crider is an Associate Professor of Physics at Elon University. He received his Ph.D. in space physics and astronomy from Rice University in 1999 and continuted research of gamma-ray bursts as a National Research Concil Associate at the Naval Research Laboratory.

Sponsored by the Games & Culture Lab and Trinity Language Committee

Friday, November 1, 2019
4:30pm - 6:00pm
Other (see event description)
West Campus
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