Designing Games for Learning: Challenges of Transferring a Course into a Summer School Format
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Pivec, M. (2011). Designing Games for Learning:
Challenges of Transferring a Course into a Summer School Format. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2011 (pp. 1235-1236). AACE.
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This paper addresses challenges and solutions of transferring a delivery of a semester course into a compressed format suitable for a week long summer school. To achieve set learning goals and workload of 3ECTS and to give the experience of working in interdisciplinary and intercultural teams in a very limited time frame, a set of synchronous and asynchronous e-tools as well as social network site was applied to support preparation phase and communication prior the workshop, and during the summer school.
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