Assessment of Student Learning in Science Simulations and Games
Edys S. Quellmalz, Michael J. Timms, and Steven A. Schneider
Response Paper: Assessment of Student Learning in Science Simulations and Games
John T. Behrens
Bringing Game-Based Learning to Scale: The Business Challenges of Serious Games
Merrilea J. Mayo
Response Paper 1: Bringing Game-Based Learning to Scale: The Business Challenges of Serious Games
Response Paper 2: Bringing Game-Based Learning to Scale: A Response
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