TILE Webinar: MacKay "Playful Learning in Professional Degrees" - Shared screen with speaker view
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It is notreally working
I also can’t hear well
Very bad for me too
It's going like in bumping cars!!
Much beter so far!
Competition is modeled. Not cooperation? Could students generalize from that to real environments?
I like that there's an aspect of what will be percieved as unfairness and potentially unethical behaviour, even for non-professional degrees we hear much about how so many things are apparently unfair and this is a good way of exposing them to that
n = 9 … what a shame.
I think that not being able to predict the outcome can be seen a scary by teachers, but I also think that it is really authentic and a good thing as it allows for teacher and students to co-operate in exploring the different aspects of I this case ethics.
Look at slide 6 (a graph) in this page:http://www.psy.gla.ac.uk/~steve/educ/ALearning.ppt.pdfDewey's version of Jill's angle on play and "seriousness"
Do ethical decision methods of individuals generalize across contexts? If not, the game might not affect choices in vet contexts.For coping with failure, individual first-person video game (in a vet context) where success was impossible?
Yes, know Twine.
Role play could be about zombie pes...
How long did it take it to set this game up and how much time do you spend managing the game during the semester?
Do you have any plans to release an adapted online version? ;)
Do you have any data on how students with support needs responded to it, e.g. ASD or social anxiety?
Yes, very interesting!
Redesign sounds like a good idea.
This was very interesting, thanks!
Thanks for the presentation!
Very interesting project! I hope to be able to implement this with some of my students in the future :)