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May 2014

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Join us on May 21 for a CoCo seminar by Associate Professor Michael Anderson and Dr David Cameron titled Mashup: drama, playfulness and networked cultures.

This seminar will provide a critical guide to the new forms of playful exploration, co-creativity, and improvised performance made possible by digital networked media. The presentation will draw on some of the themes explored in the forthcoming book of the same name (Bloomsbury, 2015).


ACSME_banner.jpgRegistrations have opened for the twentieth Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME) in Sydney from September 29 to October 1st. This year's theme is Student Engagement: From the classroom to the workplace.

The facilitation of student engagement and motivation in their learning and self development requires a carefully crafted curriculum: one that allows student ownership and active participation in their journey through formal education and beyond. How can educators design and implement classroom activities (physical, online or blended) and assessments to facilitate and reward student engagement and encourage ownership of learning and graduate attributes? From school outreach and transition to the hybrid classroom and the workplace, ACSME will build on the shared experience and expertise of the conference participants to guide and mentor attendees towards the development of strategies to ensure success, enduring understanding and a love of science and mathematics in our students.


A year ago, a team of designers met in the CoCo Design Studio to discuss ideas about a game to teach 7 to 12 year olds ecologically sustainable habits. From that design meeting, a game has been developed. Researchers at CoCo have followed the design of the game from the early ideas to a fully functioning environmental 'app' called Habitat the Game.

Having played a part in the creation of the game, we are excited to see that the game will be launched by The Wildlife Conservation Society and the Rainforest Alliance on Tuesday the 13th of May.


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Congratulations to STL researchers and collaborators who recently published the boook The Architecture of Productive Learning Networks .The book co-edited by Peter Goodyear and Lucila Carvalho presents an insightful perspective on design and networked learning.

A comprehensive review about the book from Professor Terry Anderson is now available following this link .

To order a copy of the book you can go here

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