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Game-based Learning Design
with Canvas
Carrie Saarinen
Sr Manager Instructional Design & Development
carrie@instructure.co...
Social Gaming
Social Gaming
“Assignment Groups
Like modules, assignment groups may appear
to be a simple way to organize your digital
assignments. How...
References
Collet, R. (2013.) Why I Intend to Switch to Canvas (with Bonus Gamification Ideas!) Design in Tech.
[blog]. Re...
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS
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Game-based Learning Design with CanvasLMS

Event: Boston CanvasCon 2015 (http://www.bostoncanvascon.org/)

Title: Game-based Learning in Canvas
Description: Among rising trends in the edtech space, "gamification" has emerged as a popular approach to increase engagement and enthusiasm for learning. In this session we'll look at a few examples of game-based learning design in Canvas to explore features and functions that support gamification.

Objectives:
- Showcase Canvas features that work well for self-directed learning approach to course design
- Share examples of gamification in Canvas
- Connect game-based learning design to Canvas interoperability (intro Credly, show Minecraft LTI)

Topics:
- What do we mean by "gamification"? Define it for this session, this group
- What could gamification be? Why are we talking about it in higher ed, K12?
- How Canvas can be used for this type of course design
- Leveraging Canvas and the Canvas Community to more on game-based learning design

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  1. 1. Game-based Learning Design with Canvas Carrie Saarinen Sr Manager Instructional Design & Development carrie@instructure.com @clsaarinen
  2. 2. Social Gaming
  3. 3. Social Gaming
  4. 4. “Assignment Groups Like modules, assignment groups may appear to be a simple way to organize your digital assignments. However, you can add "Grading Rules" in order to give students more choice in what work they do. For example, you could create 10 assignment options, and tell students they must choose 5 of them. Simply have it drop the lowest 5 scores and you're set. If there are certain assignments in that group that they must complete, add the rule to never drop it.” STUDENT CHOICE
  5. 5. References Collet, R. (2013.) Why I Intend to Switch to Canvas (with Bonus Gamification Ideas!) Design in Tech. [blog]. Retreived from http://designinteched.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/why-i-intend-to-switch-to-canvas- with.html Lieberman, M. (2010). Four ways to teach with video games. Currents in Electronic Literacy. McGonigal, J. (2010). Gaming Can Make a Better World. TED. https://www.ted.com/talks/jane_mcgonigal_gaming_can_make_a_better_world Trybus, J. (2009). Game-based learning: What it is, why it works, and where it's going. http://www.newmedia.org/game-based-learning--what-it-is-why-itworks-and-where-its-going.html Voss, J. (2014). Suffolk University Offers Free Online History of Boston Class Utilizing Historypin. historypin.org http://blog.historypin.org/2014/10/16/suffolk-university-offers-free-online-history-of- boston-class-utilizing-historypin/

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