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Thursday, June 28 • 11:45am - 12:30pm
Project Briefs: Games for Learning

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Aya Saket (Research and Program Development Officer at the Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development)
Playing Math in Jordanian Public Schools

Natalie Gillard (Creator/Facilitator, FACTUALITY, LLC)
Anti-Racism & Beyond via Board Game

Stuart Claggett (COO/CTO, Dig-iT! Games)
Simplifying Collection and Improving Interoperability of Game Learning Data & Assessment

Speakers
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Ed Barton

CEO, Curiscope
Ed is the CEO of Curiscope, a startup from the UK that uses AR & VR to bring Science to life. Curiscope is responsible for the Virtuali-Tee, an AR T-Shirt that teaches human anatomy and for Great White Sharks, one of the most viewed VR experiences of all time. They also recently... Read More →
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Stuart Claggett

COO/CTO, Dig-iT! Games LLC
Stuart Claggett is the COO/CTO at Dig-iT! Games, a mission based game developer and publisher that with a goal of having a positive impact on education by harnessing the power of game-based learning. He currently overseas company operations and provides technical leadership for game... Read More →
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Natalie Gillard

Creator and Facilitator, FACTUALITY, LLC
During her undergraduate experience, Natalie Gillard found that support for individuals from diverse backgrounds was rather limited. The latter ignited her desire to pursue a self-designed graduate study in Race and Ethnic Relations as well as diverse professional opportunities. Natalie... Read More →
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Aya Saket

Research and Program Development Officer, Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development
I have completed my BCom at McGill University with a major in International Management and a minor in Economics. After graduation, I worked as a Research Assistant for a marketing professor at McGill. My scope of work included conducting research and drafting Case Studies on global... Read More →


Thursday June 28, 2018 11:45am - 12:30pm
Room 104