Tag: Clark Aldrich

Webinar Preview: Beyond Multiple Choice Questions

On May 31st, our Managing eLearning: Thought Leaders series will continue with the webinar “Beyond Multiple Choice Questions” by Clark Aldrich. This guest post by Clark serves to provide an overview of the upcoming webinar. Register Here for the FREE webinar on May 31st. Multiple choice questions have been a mainstay of assessments and other knowledge checks […]

Games as Part of the Curriculum

May 17th On-line Panel to Discuss the Role of Games in Education This coming May, Excelsior College will be hosting a webinar on games in education.  I am extremely honored to have been chosen to be part of the panel that will get to discuss this topic and will hopefully be part of a team […]

Multiple Choice Test Questions May Be Replaced with Game-Based Assessments?

Earlier this month, I previewed a talk at the Games+Learning+Society Conference 8.0 at the University of Wisconsin. Jody Clarke-Midura and Jennifer Groff have since given their much anticipated talk titled “Formal Game-Based Assessments: The Challenge and Opportunity of Building Next Generation Assessments” and it is now available to watch online here. I think they make […]

The Importance of an Experienced Serious Game Designer

In past blog posts, I’ve written about building the right development team for creating self-paced distance educational tools. I will continue this discussion on assembling teams by addressing the team needs of serious educational game and simulation projects. At Web Courseworks, we partner with strong independent game and simulation designers like Clark Aldrich and his […]

Introduction to MindMeld: Micro-Collaboration Between eLearning Designers and Instructor Experts – Part 1, the Foreword

I am very excited to announce that my new book, “MindMeld: Micro-Collaboration between eLearning Designers and Instructor Experts,” is in the final publishing stages (including pre-order status)… So for the next few weeks I will be posting a series of blog entries regarding my new book and its contents. My intention for each blog post […]