Thursday, March 24
10:15 AM-11:15 AM
CEST
Savannah

Scenario-Based Digital Games for Science Inquiry Learning and Assessment

Symposium ID: 48433
  1. aaa
    Yiping Lou
    University of South Florida
  2. aaa
    Ora Tanner
    University of South Florida
  3. aaa
    Lucille Moon-Michel
    University of South Florida
  4. aaa
    Jessica Hooper
    University of South Florida
  5. Jennifer Hart
    University of South Florida
  6. aaa
    Adonis Amparo
    University of South Florida
  7. Pamela Blanchard
    Louisiana State University
  8. Margaurete Romero
    University of South Florida
  9. Luanna Prevost
    University of South Florida

Abstract: As part of a three year math and science partnership (MSP) grant, University of South Florida is collaborating with science teachers in three districts to develop a serious of innovative scenario-based games that engage middle and high school students in 3-dimensional learning of science content, systemic patterns, and scientific and engineering practices. Five papers will be presented. Each presentation will demonstrate the design features and preliminary results of a science inquiry digital game with a unique feature on a challenging science topic.

No presider for this session.

Topics

Conference attendees are able to comment on papers, view the full text and slides, and attend live presentations. If you are an attendee, please login to get full access.
x