Sitearm sent this link through the SLED--Second Life Educator's List--this morning. Put out by the Chicagoland Meetup regional Games for Change group, this list of resources is a great starting point for research.
Game-based assessments are making it easier for teachers to more quickly evaluate students in a dizzying number of ways. Arthur C. Graesser, a University of Memphis professor of experimental and cognitive psychology and ...
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