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Thursday, February 13 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Play and Assessment: Designing for Chocolate Milk LIMITED

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How do play and assessment fit together? Assessment for learning is essential to guide our learning journeys. And play provides a context for building and demonstrating many future-ready skills that we value. But it’s not always easy to recognize the results of playful learning experiences, and conventional assessments can feel inauthentic and stressful. If we think of assessment as the milk, and play as the chocolate, what happens when we mix them together? In this workshop we will challenge and guide you to design playful assessments, and together explore what each ingredient brings that makes the learning even more delicious.

Slides can be found at: bit.ly/AfL20-chocomilk

Speakers
avatar for Louisa Rosenheck

Louisa Rosenheck

Associate Director, MIT Playful Journey Lab
Louisa Rosenheck is the Associate Director and Creative Lead of the MIT Playful Journey Lab. She manages the design, content, and development of educational games and software, and oversees the research on how ed tech can be effectively used in both formal and informal educational... Read More →
avatar for Yumiko Murai

Yumiko Murai

Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University
I design and study technology and learning environments for creative learning for people of all ages, especially interested in assessment and professional development. Previously a member of Playful Journey Lab and Lifelong Kindergarten group at MIT, carrying on their playful and... Read More →
avatar for Raha Moussavi

Raha Moussavi

Senior Learning Designer, MIT Playful Journey Lab
avatar for Peter Kirschmann

Peter Kirschmann

Senior Learning Designer, MIT Playful Journey Lab
Peter Kirschmann works on curriculum design for the Woodrow Wilson Graduate School of Teaching and Learning and playful assessment for maker activities. He is interested in creating opportunities for learners to design, create, and invent. He has designed and facilitated learning... Read More →



Thursday February 13, 2020 9:30am - 11:00am
Regent Room

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