[OYAN] New Webinar on July 8th | The K-12 Market for Digital Games
katie.anderson at state.or.us
Tue Jun 25 10:23:53 PDT 2013
For those interested in game-based learning, there will be a webinar on the topic on Monday, July 8th at 1pm PT / 4pm ET. If you can’t see the information below, try this: http://bit.ly/12noVLk.
Katie Anderson, Library Development Services
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Dr. John Richards with
Dr. Michael Levine
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He is the author/editor of four books, over 90 articles and book chapters, and has been responsible for the publication of over 1,000 educational products.
Dr. Michael Levine is the Executive Director of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, where he oversees efforts to catalyze and support research, innovation, and investment in educational media technologies for young children. Michael has been a frequent adviser to the U.S. Department of Education, and serves on numerous nonprofit boards. He received his Ph.D. in Social Policy from Brandeis University's Florence Heller School and his B.S. from Cornell University.
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The K-12 Market
for Digital Games
Monday, July 8th at 4pm ET
Our community's next webinar will provide an analysis of the sales and market potential for digital learning games in the institutional K-12 market. Dr. John Richards will present an analysis that is the result of extensive market research and a series of over fifty structured interviews with leaders from the developer and publishing industries, and from the government, foundation, investment, and research communities.
John will approach learning games in terms of the functions they serve in the school context. Dr. Michael Levine will explore how games and simulations have made their way into the current discussions of the most pressing education reforms - from embedded assessments to personalized, highly engaging project-based learning to new forms of teacherpreparation.
He will be asking what teachers themselves think and will share how pioneering educators are responding to these new opportunities.
Michael's presentation will explore the work of the Games and Learning Publishing Council, which will be surveying, documenting and scaling promising teacher practices that are integrating game-based technologies.
Join John and Michael on July 8th to learn more about the K-12 market for digital games.
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This free online collaborative community provides a forum where educators, publishers, and game developers can come together to discuss guidelines and current practices, and most importantly, to share ideas to advance this emerging field.
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