Beginners’ Guide: How to Assess the Learning Outcomes of Educational Games
Using games in classroom is mostly pretty great: students are engaged, and you get to be the cool teacher who lets them play. For most teachers, however, the fun and games tend to end when it’s time to assess how and what students actually learned from the experience.
All of a sudden, you need to squeeze the enthusiastic chitter-chatter and bright-eyed discovery into a grade. How do you assess something that might be unique for each student? Something that doesn’t fit the scoring card?Read More