Search results for: Sardone Nancy B.
Page 1/1 2 items
This article describes a multiyear collaboration between two faculty members. that began with a training relationship and expanded into co-teaching. From this experience, the authors widened their knowledge of resources, added to their teaching repertoire, and created new projects and assignments. Over time, this professional experience has grown into an exchange of roles and responsibilities. The authors conclude with a list of specific lessons learned or tips for other faculty considering such collaboration.
Updated: Jun. 21, 2015
This article reports reactions of candidates while learning and teaching with digital games. The authors examined participants' oral and written comments to determine the identification of (a) the motivational factor of digital game-based instruction, and (b) the embedded 2 IC learning skills. The findings suggest that students in the study were able to detect the learning skills embedded in games. The majority of participants stated that they felt positive and confident about integrating digital game-based instruction in the curriculum as a result of watching their peers' presentations and teaching students how to play games.
Updated: Mar. 09, 2011