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Join educators from across Colorado as they share ideas and strategies to transform the student experience at the 14th Annual CAMLE Conference on Saturday, November 5 at Westview Middle School in Longmont, CO. 

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Saturday, November 5 • 10:20am - 11:30am
Patterns in Game-Based Learning FULL

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Using game-based dynamics, classes can be converted from industrial-age sorting machines to hot-beds of success and progress. I have been using game-based approaches in classroom teaching with no due dates, mandatory homework, tests, or quizzes. 93% of all students earned the highest grade possible, an A, while meeting some of the toughest standards. I’ll share the simple approach to re-framing the way we organize learning inspired by video games and modern digital culture into Quest-Based Learning and also demonstrate how ‘quests’ can be realized into virtual worlds like Second Life and Minecraft. 

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Chris Haskell

Clinical Assistant Professor, Boise State University
Serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Technology at Boise State University, Chris is actively piloting and developing groundbreaking alternative approaches to delivering and tracking learning. With co-inventor Dr. Lisa Dawley, Chris created 3D GameLab, a game-based/quest-based learning management system. His classroom serves as a unique game-based technology and pedagogy lab where this new and innovative... Read More →


Saturday November 5, 2016 10:20am - 11:30am
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