Supporting Educators’ Use of Game Based Learning Environments as Formal and Informal Assessments

Live webinar: Supporting Educators’ Use of Game Based Learning Environments as Formal and Informal Assessments. Panelists: Jessica Hunt, Michelle Taub, and Matthew Marino.

Upcoming CIDDL Webinar

February 23rd at 2pm ET

Preparing educators to use student assessment data to make instructional adjustments can improve student outcomes. Game-based learning environments and related technologies are one tool educators can use to enhance their understanding of students’ learning processes in real time. Yet, supporting educators to use these technologies as assessment tools in their classrooms can be complex. CIDDL has invited Drs. Jessica Hunt and Michelle Taub to facilitate a discussion regarding how game-based technologies can support assessment, specifically in math and science classrooms. Come join us as this group of experts discuss how to support educators to use game-based assessments to elicit and use evidence of student learning to guide their instruction. This insightful conversation will be facilitated by Dr. Matthew Marino and will leave you with tools and strategies for building game-based learning environments. Our discussion will be followed by at least 20 minutes of questions and comments.

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