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 Syllabus
 Timeline

Class Activities
 Math Educ & Learning Theory
 Conceptual Understanding
 Proportional Reasoning & Games?

Projects/Assignments
 Flash Intro Project
 Flash Math Project
 Assignment 1
 Assignment 2
 Assignment 3
 Post Mortem 1
 Final Math Project

Resources
 Math & Learning Theory
 Proportional Reasoning
 topics for Final Project

 

 

 

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Educational Game Design
EDUC475, DGIM465, and CS480

Flash Math Project
Purpose
Create a Flash activity for middle school students to use in math class.
 
Assigned Groups
Group 1: Sam, Matt, Major, Ryan
Group 2: Alex, Jon, Aaron, Melissa
Group 3: Greg, Russell, AJ
Group 4: Josh, Jim, Gwen
Group 5: Bob, Iris, Stephen
 
Description
Each group will create one Flash activity. The topic of the activity is proportional reasoning. For this group project these are the requirements:
  • October 17: a one-page PDF document submitted by one person per group to include: proposed name of game, group members, math topic, concept of game, target audience
  • October 17: group presentation of document in class
  • October 19, 5:00 pm: running beta version of Flash activity [WebCT submission]
  • October 24: half the class will visit classrooms [their revision is due October 31]
  • October 26: half the class will visit classrooms [their revision is due November 2]
  • October 31 or November 2: PDF document submitted by one person per group: consensus of how classroom visits informed revision of Flash activity
  • November 7: final presentation of Flash Math Project in class
Value/Rubric
20 percent of total grade
 
Due Date
various due dates listed above

Questions/comments, please contact Suzanne Alejandre.

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