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FGDLA April Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Valarie Millard-Combs
31:05
Hello
Thomas Tatem
31:10
Happy afternoon
Warren Reed
31:18
Hello!
Russ Colbert
31:56
Hello everyone, welcome!
Warren Reed
32:12
Thank you, sir
DeAndrea Burton
35:41
Good afternoon All
Dr. Carla Lane
35:47
Hi - thank you for joining us today.
L ynne T Conte
36:07
Hello.
Warren Reed
44:21
Last month I started reading Yu-Kai Chou's "Actionable Gamification" it is extremely interesting.
Dr. Carla Lane
47:54
Any other books that you find useful?
Warren Reed
48:56
Scenario based learning by Dr. Ray Jimenez.
Dr. Carla Lane
50:31
Thanks Warren. Anyone else have a favorite book or resource?
Cory Norman
57:30
Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Quality Framework(s)
Dr. Carla Lane
01:08:40
Thanks for that recommendation Cory. OLC has been a leader in our field.
Cory Norman
01:21:27
Great study!!! One question: did you receive any arguments to your study? if so, what were they?
Warren Reed
01:21:39
Thank you for this framework. I like the failing forward, as I tell my kids, make mistakes and go on, we are learning machines, or we never would learn to walk and keep on. The points or other valuations should carry "value", indeed!
Mollie Mccormick
01:21:47
Can the survey be provided (showing the Category questions) after the presentation? Or is there a white paper to share out about the study?
Kathleen Heller-Breen
01:23:20
I am no expert but the lion example feels like something an early elementary teacher might place in the directions to see if the students read it
Mollie Mccormick
01:23:54
Yes, need to treat adult learners like ADULTS.
Kathleen Heller-Breen
01:25:03
Making mistakes is a very important in teaching math! When we can see what steps the students take, not all of them are wrong, so having a 'safe place' to make mistakes is vital
DeAndrea Burton
01:25:05
I agree
Mollie Mccormick
01:26:47
Any questions in the survey about how people determine the ROI aspect of gamification? I find that gets left out a lot.
Warren Reed
01:26:51
Yes, in some ways, we have to bring the water at least halfway to the horse, as a means to entice the drink...
DeAndrea Burton
01:26:57
I would like to share that just because adults are in the learning capacity you can not assume learning comes natural or easy. Various strategies should be in place for those that do not "get it".
Cory Norman
01:27:02
Exactly....Through my experiences, getting stakeholder buy-in has been a hurdle.
Warren Reed
01:28:18
Yes, Deandra, I learned a lot about that when i took a foreign language teaching methods course in grad school, so I agree, as having taught adult learners, we have to have a wide scope.
L ynne T Conte
01:28:25
Thank you.
Jerry Fernandez
01:28:29
Thanks for an interesting presentation!
Alan Camerer
01:28:39
Thank you! Nicely presented.
Valerie Prince
01:28:47
Thank you!
Andrew Clark
01:28:51
Thank you!
DeAndrea Burton
01:28:55
Great job!! Thank you for the nice presentation
Jason Henderson
01:28:59
Thank you.
Warren Reed
01:29:02
Thank you!
Randy Palubiak
01:29:05
Well done, Jenny!
Mollie Mccormick
01:29:17
thanks!
Cory Norman
01:29:18
Thank you, Jenny!
DeAndrea Burton
01:29:22
Thank you Dr. Lane for the invite