Tuesday, March 8
1:30 PM-2:30 PM
McGavock's B

Creating Content-Based Video Games in the Elementary Education Classroom

Roundtable ID: 32090
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    Bethany Smith
    NC State University College of Education
  2. Micha Jeffries
    NC State University College of Education

Abstract: Scratch http://scratch.mit.edu/ is an open-source visual programming language developed at the MIT media lab that is well suited to K-12 students. It is an excellent tool for creating interactive video games, but how do we utilize Scratch in our content areas? This project represents a technological and field-based experience where pre-service teachers make sense of their content knowledge through the development, implementation and assessment of the instructional games.

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