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May 31, 2017

Baldermath: A design-based research approach to developing a game for student work analysis

Meredith Thompson, Justin Reich, Michael Pershan

Abstract

Games can help teachers develop and practice important skills. Can integrating student work analysis into a game help participants focus on, attend to details, and make sense of student work?

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APA
Thompson, M., Reich, J., & Pershan, M. (2017, May 31). Baldermath: A design-based research approach to developing a game for student work analysis. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/crjfa
MLA
Thompson, Meredith, et al. “Baldermath: A Design-based Research Approach to Developing a Game for Student Work Analysis.” SocArXiv, 31 May 2017. Web.
Chicago
Thompson, Meredith, Justin Reich, and Michael Pershan. 2017. “Baldermath: A Design-based Research Approach to Developing a Game for Student Work Analysis.” SocArXiv. May 31. doi:10.31235/osf.io/crjfa.

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