Engaging by Design: Online Games & Simulations
CNDLS has developed a platform for creating and editing a simple type of game, as well as a method for delivering branching simulations. Each contains a mechanism for collecting data on student performance. Each member of this cohort uses one of these templates to create a preliminary version of a game or simulation for use in a small, focused course experiment.
Cohort FacilitatorsBill Garr, Yong Lee
Hany Fazza, School of Foreign Service | Fall 2014
James Freericks, Physics | Fall 2014
"Quantum Mechanics for Everyone MOOC"
Robin Dillon-Merrill, McDonough School of Business | Fall 2014
"Incorporating active learning activities into EMPL 844 - Decision Management"
Tanina Rostain, Law | Fall 2014
"The Evidence Game"
Carol Rogers, Economics | Fall 2015
"The Fair Trade Coffee Game"
Farima Sadigh Mostowfi, Persian Program | Fall 2015
Ghayda Al Ali, Arabic and Islamic Studies | Fall 2015
"Electronic Arabic Class Activities"
Milena Shahu, Chemistry | Fall 2015
"Chemical Jeopardy! Games"
Tiffany Pellathy, Nursing | Fall 2015
Toby Long, Pediatrics | Fall 2015
"Technology Enhanced Learning in Early Intervention (TELEI)"