Changes in middle school students' six contemporary learning abilities (6-CLAs) through project-based design of web-games and social media use
|Changes in middle school students' six contemporary learning abilities (6-CLAs) through project-based design of web-games and social media use|
|Published in||Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting|
|Keyword(s)||Digital & information literacy, Games, Social media, Wikis|
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Changes in middle school students' six contemporary learning abilities (6-CLAs) through project-based design of web-games and social media use is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Reynolds R. and published in Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting.
This poster presents findings on student development of contemporary learning abilities among 14 middle school students enrolled in a year-long elective game design class. The study measures students' change in attitudes towards the activities in which they participate, through their responses to a self-report survey of frequency, motivation, and self-reported knowledge. T-test statistics were used to analyze pre- and post-program differences, resulting in several statistically significant increases. The program and its outcomes have implications for digital literacy learning interventions that can be implemented in formal and informal learning environments with youth.
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