Who I amI’m the educational technology specialist for The Smithsonian Institution’s National Science Resources Council, where I’m working to create and connect science teachers with useful digital resources. In my previous work, I created educational science games for the Jason Project with National Geographic, and worked on an online professional development program for teachers for PBS. I’m also a PhD student at George Mason University where I study online learning, science education, and educational research methods.
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Hello! Below are the videos and slides used during the Chmiel/ Harrison talk at ISTE 2010 during the Bring your own laptop session on Wednesday, June 30.
This post shares resources from Trevor and my games workshop at ISTE 2010. We kicked the workshop off with a brief talk. Here are the slides for that short presentation. ISTE Gaming Presentation View more presentations from tjowens. Integrating Games … Continue reading →