The second annual Simulation and Gamification Workshop was held at Rutgers. There were four 90 minute workshops and a keynote.
Joey J. Lee is Research Assistant Professor of Technology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and Director of the Games Research Lab, gave a keynote talk on “Games for Social and Educational Impact: Lessons Learned and What’s Next?” and followed up with a workshop on “Games for Social and Educational Impact.”
Thomas Heinzen of William Paterson University facilitated a workshop on “Practice Using Game Design to Increase Student Completion Rates.” After lunch there were two more workshops, one with Matthew Farber of Ne\w Jersey City University on “Designing Student Experiences with Game-Based Learning”
Gayle Stein, Rutgers University, and Beth Ritter-Guth, Union County College, original producers of the gamification series, facilitated a hands-on workshop on “Cookies and Mohr: A Business Simulation.”
Gamification series of videos will soon be available at NJVID.net