More Information

We’ll be updating this page with information as we get closer to the symposium but in the mean time here are some resources you may be able to use and if you need more information? Drop us an email!

 

Resources

 

Presentations

Presentations from previous years can be found here. Presentations from this past symposium are listed below:

 

The Game-based Classroom - Chris Haskell

Games in Education 2011 Keynote – The Game-based Classroom

 

 


 

Games for Youth Civic Engagement
Juan Rubio, Program Associate, Global Kids Online Leadership Program


 

From their Perspective

Catherine V. Parsons, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, & Pupil Personnel Services Pine Plains Central School District

 


 

Reflecting on Collective Cognitive Dissonance

Catherine V. Parsons, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, & Pupil Personnel Services Pine Plains Central School District
Peggy Sheehy, Instructional Technology Facilitator and Media Specialist, Suffern Middle School, and Founder, MetaVersEd Consulting Ltd
Lucas Gillispie, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Pender County Schools

 


 

The Game as Design Principle

Brian Waniewski, Managing Director, Institute of Play

 


 

Screencasting for Educators and Students

Kathleen A. Gormley, PhD, Associate Professor, The Sage Colleges, Troy, NY
Peter McDermott, PhD, Professor, Pace University, New York, New York

 


 

“I Really Didn’t Do Anything”

Seann Dikkers, Teacher, Principal, & Doctoral Student, Univeristy of Wisconsin – Madison

 


 

“I Really Didn’t Do Anything” (TOOLS)

Seann Dikkers, Teacher, Principal, & Doctoral Student, Univeristy of Wisconsin – Madison