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Thursday, June 23 • 12:15pm - 12:30pm
Case Study: The Meaning of BEEP

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BrainPOP and the Institute of Play have gotten to work together in a near-ideal development process for a game-for-learning: classroom teachers working with professional designers and developers, with constant iteration and testing, leading to broad distribution by a respected brand. They’ll share lessons from this case study in collaborative development involving the classroom, including: going from paper to tablets, in-person to multiplayer online; embracing the differences between intended and actual implementation in the classroom; and from a handful of classrooms to many subject areas and millions of users.


Speakers
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Scott Price

Director of Product, BrainPOP
Scott Price has spent his professional life helping people learn through play, and play with their learning.  He is Director of Product with BrainPOP, focusing on games, playful assessment, and helping teachers use games.  Prior to BrainPOP he produced Gamestar Mechanic with E-Line Media, produced games with the Institute of Play, ran QA on 8 titles with Gamelab, and ran IT for Exploration Summer Programs in Boston.  He rarely turns down a... Read More →
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Brendon Trombley

Game Designer, Institute of Play
Brendon Trombley is a game designer, educator, and adventurer living in New York City. His passions involve games, technology, learning, travel, and food, and he tries to mix and match them whenever possible (be careful when combining food and technology!). | | Brendon is a graduate of the New Media Design program at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he trained in the principles of design in addition to a wide array of... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 12:15pm - 12:30pm
Room 105

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