Triseum, a US-American developer of educational games, tested its two learning games Arté: Mecenas (https://triseum.com/art-history/arte/mecenas/) and Variant: Limits (https://triseum.com/calculus/variant/) in schools in Greece, Poland, Italy, Norway, and Portugal.
The aim of this project was to research the impact of the games regarding motivation and learning outcomes as well as the potential and limitations of a classroom implementation in different international contexts. For this pilot, the team of the chair of school pedagogy, University of Würzburg, was responsible for the scientific evaluation in cooperation with European Schoolnet. The project successfully ended in June 2018.
Further information on the project and recordings of the final public webinars can be found on EUN’s Future Classroom Lab Homepage: http://fcl.eun.org/de/triseum-validation-pilot
The final evaluation report (Tiede, J., & Grafe, S. (2018). Triseum Game-Based Learning Validation Study Evaluation Report. Brussels: European Schoolnet), can be downloaded here: http://storage.eun.org/eun-form-submission/1226/Triseum_Pilot_report-1.pdf
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