Can a Child’s Creativity and Persistence be Assessed by a Game?

Researchers are looking into how well “stealth assessments” embedded in video games could help measure less tangible qualities like creativity and persistence.

Source: blogs.kqed.org

The study uses Physics Playground. I observed a class of students working with this software last year. I found the teacher really needs to ask good questions to get the kids to explore and discover the underlying principles. However, it’s much more engaging than any traditional approach.

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