Wednesday, June 19 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Deep Learning Through Games

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Paul Darvasi
Grand Theft Auto Research

Lisa Castaneda & Bronwyn Stuckey
Picking the Low Hanging Fruit

Too often the conversation around games for learning focuses on their appeal and capacity for immersion. We need to take a deeper more evidence based look at the value games may (or may not) provide for learning. With the number of educators using games, we should know more about the extent to which virtual play experiences actually support learning outcomes. Even highly experienced, professional educators stay focused on student engagement. Join us for an interactive workshop where participants will reflect on, discuss and engage with research examples and contribute their own experiences to moving the conversation and assessment practices forward.

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Paul Darvasi

Educator, Royal St. George's College/York University
Paul Darvasi is an educator, game designer, speaker, writer, and PhD candidate whose work looks at the intersection of games, culture and learning. His research explores how commercial video games can be used as texts for critical analysis by adolescents, and he has worked with UNESCO... Read More →
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Lisa Castaneda

Co-Founder & CEO, foundry10
Lisa is a co-founder and the CEO of foundry10, a philanthropic educational research organization. She has a Masters degree in Education and was a classroom teacher for 10 years. She is actively involved in research and community endeavors at foundry10 which span an array of arts and... Read More →
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Bronwyn Stuckey

Director, Innovative Educational Ideas
Warrior Princess, Consultant Specialist in Game Play, Gamification, Communities of Practice and Learning Communities. Bron has spent 17 years been engaged in educational community and games in learning development. She has worked to explore virtual worlds, games in learning and how... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
Room 104