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  • ChangSchoolTalks2018: An Coppens

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    An Coppens, Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation Ltd., discusses how to use gamification for change management at ChangSchoolTalks 2018 on May 3, 2018. She explores how game mechanics and dynamics can enable and improve employee motivation, engagement, efficiency, and performance. An encourages the right reasons to gamify – to promote interactivity, overcome disengagement, change behaviour, and encourage thought and reflection – and the creation of purposeful, inclusive, user-friendly games as tools to help employees learn. Gamification can be applied anywhere in the employee experience where a process is in place; businesses need solid strategy, research, measurement, and reporting tools to successfully introduce game play to their workforces. An also explores how adaptability and flexibility are key to a successful gamification program in the workplace.

    ChangSchoolTalks is an annual professional development and networking event presented by The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. The event connects participants with leading experts in technology-enhanced learning and training.

    Produced by Digital Education Strategies at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University.

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    ChangSchoolTalks: https://changschooltalks.ry...
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    The Chang School: https://www.ryerson.ca/ce
    Digital Education Strategies: https://de.ryerson.ca

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    ChangSchoolTalks is a professional development and networking event hosted at Ryerson University. North American experts share their perspectives on the latest advances in technology-enhanced teaching and learning, along with leading-edge research on the needs of a new generation of learners.
    • ChangSchoolTalks 2018: Walter Greenleaf - Duration: 44 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
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      Walter Greenleaf, research neuroscientist and medical product developer at Stanford University, discusses the impact of VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) technology on current and fut...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks2018: Beth Rogozinski - Duration: 46 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
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      Beth Rogozinski – entrepreneur, technology professional, and business strategist – shares how serious games can be used as digital medicine at ChangSchoolTalks 2018 on May 3, 2018. She discusses th...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks2018: Atsusi Hirumi - Duration: 49 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
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      Atsusi “2c” Hirumi, Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Central Florida, asks participants to consider key factors for designing serious games at ChangSchoolTalks ...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks 2018: Eric Klopfer - Duration: 40 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
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      Eric Klopfer, Professor and Director of the Scheller Teacher Education Program and The Education Arcade at MIT, discusses how to design and integrate personalized, meaningful games into curricula a...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks2018: Deborah Fels - Duration: 45 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
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      Deborah Fels is currently a professor at the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, and the Director of the Inclusive Media and Design Centre at Ryerson University. She discusses w...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks2018: Sylvester Arnab - Duration: 39 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
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      Sylvester Arnab, Professor in Games Science (Applied Games) at the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University, discusses how to combine play, technology, and learning at ChangSchoolTalks ...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks2018: Can Learning Happen Through Play? - Duration: 58 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
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      ChangSchoolTalks is an annual professional development and networking event presented by The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. The event connects participants w...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks 2018: Michael Benarroch - Duration: 2 minutes, 50 seconds.

      • 4 months ago
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      Michael Benarroch, Provost and Vice-President of Ryerson University speaks about how Ryerson is opening new doors for learners and instructors to instil innovative ways of learning, and welcomes ou...
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    • ChangSchoolTalks 2018: Serious Games - Duration: 62 seconds.

      • 7 months ago
      • 408 views
      Join us at ChangSchoolTalks 2018: Serious Games, hosted at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel on May 3, 2018. Register now: http://changschooltalks.ryerson.ca

      In today’s workplace, game-based learning ...
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    • Conversations and Continuous Learning: About ChangSchoolTalks - Duration: 94 seconds.

      • 5 months ago
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      Past ChangSchoolTalks presenters and attendees talk about the rewards of participating in a unique event that connects an eclectic mix of educators, students, businesspeople, and others who are pas...
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    • James on Games: A Conversation with James Paul Gee - Duration: 82 seconds.

      • 5 months ago
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      James Paul Gee, Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies at Arizona State University, discusses the unique potential of games as tools for assessing learning.

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    • Crunch Time for Climate - Dr. David Suzuki | ChangSchoolTalks 2017 - Duration: 1 hour, 8 minutes.

      • 10 months ago
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      On the heels of the United States' withdrawal from the Paris accord, it's crunch time for taking action against global climate change. Dr. David Suzuki, award-winning scientist, environmentalist an...
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    The web documentary seeks to generate discussion and inspire students to learn more about the topic. In some cases, the web documentary can inspire
    students to take action on a particular issue. It can incorporate multiple perspectives to evoke curiosity, awareness and, in some cases, an emotional
    response. To this end, a mix of multimedia - photography, text, audio, video, animation and info graphics - is used for maximum impact. The use of
    visual metaphors, dialogue, and/or real-life contexts helps students learn in ways that most traditional online or lecture-based materials do not.
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